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Discuss Intellivision, Atari, Colecovision, Nintendo, and More! » The Intellivision Section » The Intellivision Forum » Locutus, the LTOFlash MultiCart for Intellivision

Locutus, the LTOFlash MultiCart for Intellivision

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A new MultiCart is headed to your Intellivision this summer. Originally codenamed: Locutus, the LTOFlash is the final name. This user friendly 'drag and drop' based multicart should be available for purchase by the arrival and revealed at the upcoming retro gaming convention CGE 2014. A price point is an estimated $119.00 and comes in an Elektronite produced gatefold box with manual. The initial production run should be plentiful and if there is a sellout, more units will be made. More info on ordering will come out soon from LEFT TURN ONLY.  Some highlighted features are:
Official name is: LTOFlash - Codename: Locutus
Produced by Joe Z, William M, Steve O, and VOLTRON!
Very user friendly
No SD card needed
USB2 cable included
More integrated and turn key than the CC3
Limited DRM capability, some purchased rom games could only play on your personal LTOFLASH
Download ROMS on self contained cartridge connected to modern pc
Flash on board
Built in file system
Drag and drop game ROM loading user interface
Menu system on PC and Cartridge
Gatefold Elektronite box, new art, same artist, prints in July, artwork is retro futuristic
Steve Orth programmed interface
Compatible with all existing original mattel games
Potential future multiplayer through USB connected through serial link with special program
Developers may load ROMS instantly
1MB of memory
Field upgradable by flash updates
All current game ROMS works on all systems and accessories
Initial production run should have plenty available
Estimated retail price of $119.00
Possible launch at CGE 2014





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looks pretty good, eh?


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It sure does! Looking forward to it.


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I should either be working on that UI, or doing work that I get paid for. So why am I posting here?!

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intvsteve wrote:I should either be working on that UI, or doing work that I get paid for. So why am I posting here?!

Because it's the Intellivision Forum? Wink


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I shall buy two of these Smile

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