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Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by Jimmy Yakapucci Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:25 am

I picked up these 2 Intellivision booklets at a flea market a while back. In looking through them it seems that they are for retailers. I figured that someone may be interested in them so I decided to scan them. If anyone knows of a site that may want these scans, let me know.

The first, plain papered one shows the basic instructions and controls for a lot of games and then has some other info for the retailers.

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And the glossy one shows information about the catalog of games and ones that will be coming out. It also mentions the keyboard add-on and some other peripherals. Then they also provide information for the retailers.

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Here are some links to scans of the 2 documents. Warning, they are kind of large, about 12MB and 22MB. They also look better than the pictures shown here since they aren't scans, but quick photos that I took when I first got the papers.

http://db.tt/FACiNrVE

http://db.tt/SLlmPXJc

Let me know if the links don't work. It is the first time that I have done this with Dropbox.
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Re: Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by Hobie-wan Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:42 pm

The links got broken. I'm interested to see once they're fixed. I'm also going to move this to archiving as it fits in better there.
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Re: Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by Jimmy Yakapucci Sun Jan 13, 2013 3:08 pm

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Re: Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by CRTGAMER Sun Jan 13, 2013 3:48 pm

The second set of links work fine, you could edit those into the OP if you want.

Thank you very much for this, the scans are very professional. I do not even own an Intellivision and still enjoy reading the PDFs for the history. There is a nice pic of an Intellivision Kios in there!
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Re: Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by Hobie-wan Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:40 pm

Indeed working now and very nicely done. :)

You might look at replacementdocs.com policies and see if submitting them there is an option.
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Re: Some scans of some Intellivision docs

by Jimmy Yakapucci Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:27 pm

Thanks. If anyone knows of anybody interested in the originals, let me know. I would really like them to go to a good home which is why I picked them up in the first place. Most of the musty smell that they had when I bought them back in the summer is gone.
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