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Interphase for Intellivision



INTERPHASE FOR INTELLIVISION

Interphase Technologies Inc. was reportedly a one-man operation, with all of the games being designed and programmed by Stephen Willey from his home near Vancouver, Canada.

In 1983, Interphase released two games for Intellivision: Blockade Runner and Sewer Sam. These games were also released for ColecoVision, along with Aqua Attack and Squish 'Em Featuring Sam. (The ColecoVision versions of Aqua Attack and Blockade Runner are available on ColecoVision Hits for Windows).


Blockade Runner

INTELLIVISION CARTRIDGE [INTERPHASE #8030001]
Design/Program: Stephen Willey

Play the ColecoVision version of this game on ColecoVision Hits for Windows!

GAME DESCRIPTION (Magazine Advertisement, 1983)
Blockade Runner is a great visual concept in video games - play by yourself or team with a friend to bring home to earth four ships loaded with vital supplies. Enemy aliens have blockaded your route, so you must flash through a mine-filled asteroid belt to avoid destruction. You steer and shoot from your ship's nose-cone command post as the universe rushes past your eyes!

DEVELOPMENT HISTORY
This game was also released for ColecoVision. Advertised versions for Atari and Commodore 64 were not released.


Sewer Sam

INTELLIVISION CARTRIDGE [INTERPHASE #8030002]
Design/Program: Stephen Willey

GAME DESCRIPTION (Magazine Advertisement, 1983)
One or two players compete to guide Sewer Sam through myriad mazes of danger-filled tunnels searching for...beep, beep, beep...three enemy submarines that have invaded the city's sewer system. But watch out for subterranean dangers, as Sam dodges and shoots snakes, crocodiles, bats, rats, web-spinning spiders, and more! Enough to make even the stout-hearted shudder...as Sam searches through wet and dry tunnels for the ultimate showdown!

DEVELOPMENT HISTORY
This game was also released for ColecoVision, along with a sequel, Squish 'Em Featuring Sam. Advertised versions for Atari and Commodore 64 were not released.



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