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{{Peripheralbox| title = Intellivision Controller
 
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|system = [[Intellivision]]
 
 
| image = IntellivisionController.jpg
|creator = [[Mattel]]
 
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| type = Controller
|games = All [[Intellivision]] games
 
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| manufacturer = Mattel
|released =
 
 
| platforms = Intellivision
|inputs = Directional Disc <br> 17 Buttons
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| inputs = Directional Disc <br> 17 Buttons
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The '''Intellivision Controller''' is the standard controller for all Intellivision units. It consisted of a 12-function keypad, a 16-directional control disc, and four side action buttons, allowing for left- and right-handed gameplay.
 
==Gallery==
 
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Image:IntellivisionController.jpg|Intellivision Controller
 
Image:Intell2controller.jpg|Intellivision II Controller
 
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The '''''Intellivision Controller''''' is the standard controller for all Intellivision consoles. It consisted of a 12-function keypad, a 16-direction control disc, and four side action buttons, allowing for both left- and right-handed gameplay.
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[[Category:Controllers]]
 
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Intellivision Controllers were hard-wired to the console unit, a limitation that the [[Intellivision II]] would not have, as its [[Intellivision II Controllers|controllers]] were able to be detached, to allow for replacements.
[[Category:Intellivision peripherals]]
 

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Intellivision Controller
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The Intellivision Controller is the standard controller for all Intellivision consoles. It consisted of a 12-function keypad, a 16-direction control disc, and four side action buttons, allowing for both left- and right-handed gameplay.

Intellivision Controllers were hard-wired to the console unit, a limitation that the Intellivision II would not have, as its controllers were able to be detached, to allow for replacements.