One of the add-on peripherals for the Intellivision is the Intellivoice. This cartridge peripheral was equipped with a speech synthesizer that generated voices for certain Intellivision games. Games that supported this device have a gold-colored end label with their respective title. While this was very ambitious for the time, speech playback took up a lot of memory, leaving little room for game development, and the Intellivoice was originally priced at $79 US dollars, in addition to purchasing games that supported it. The device was quietly discontinued in August, 1983. A children's title called Magic Carousel, and foreign language versions of Space Spartans were completed but never released. Two titles, Woody Woodpecker and Space Shuttle were never completed with the voice recordings unused.
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