Get Your hands On Intellivision Amico Limited Boxed Edition Games

Intellivision Amico Limited Boxed Editions product picture

Intellivision has unveiled a line of Amico Limited Boxed Edition games for the Intellivision Amico entertainment system.

If you remember the days of the early Intellivision systems then you’ll probably remember when video games came in physical form. Intellivision is bringing this back a bit with the news that the retro console manufacturer is et to publish a line of Limited Box Edition games for the new Amico entertainment system. Thankfully, the media involved here is a little more up to date than the cassette tapes and humungous cardboard boxes of yesteryear, although some of the games have a distinct air of the original.

Titles like Moon Patrol Dynablaaster, and Finnigan Fox, but no Earthworm Jim, feature in the new game bundles for Intellivision’s family-focused gaming system. Each edition comes with collectible components as well as the included games. 3D lenticular cards and collectible coins come in every box while the included code is tied to an RFID card. this  retro inspired card allows a digital download of the game once the title releases. Additionally, each game sold is registered on a blockchain meaning that while traditional Steam titles are downloaded once and can’t be resold easily, these can simply change ownership. How much that will cost in terms of gas, hasn’t quite been nailed down, however.

 

What Can You Buy

The various editions come in the following packages:

  • Limited Collector’s Boxed Edition Bundle – Volume 1 (Pack of 4) – $79.99, €79,99

Evel Knievel
Dynablaster
Missile Command
Rigid Force Redux Enhanced

  • Limited Collector’s Boxed Edition Bundle – Volume 2 (Pack of 4) – $79.99, €79,99

Moon Patrol
Finnigan Fox
Biplanes
Brain Duel

  • Limited Collector’s Boxed Edition Complete Bundle – (Pack of 8) – $149.99, €149,99

Evel Knievel
Dynablaster
Missile Command
Rigid Force Redux Enhanced
Moon Patrol
Finnigan Fox
Biplanes
Brain Duel

Gamers who want to gab these ahead of release can already buy them via the official website, where they will ship to the US, Canada, and Europe. With the Amico console not available until 2022, I’m going to hold off these bundles for now. Once Intellivision’s reimagined release of a couch co-op gaming goes live then we may very well have more hands-on opinions. Find out more about these Intellivision Amico Limited Boxed Edition and the Amico console on the official website now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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