jzIntv (Joe Zbiciak’s Intellivision(TM) Emulator) – a more than an emulator. It’s a complete Intellivision development kit, including several command-line utilities, programming documentation, technical information, as well as the emulator.
jzIntv emulates the hardware of the Intellivision Master Component and some of its peripherals.
jzIntv is also portable. Over the years, jzIntv has been ported to the following platforms:
– DOS (now defunct)
– Linux (x86, x86-64, ARM (GP2X))
– FreeBSD (x86, x86-64, perhaps others)
– MacOS Classic (PPC-now defunct)
– MacOS X (PPC and x86)
– PSP (MIPS)
– Solaris (SPARC)
– Win32 (x86)
jzIntv is also a project. The jzIntv project includes a complete development kit. It originally aimed to include comprehensive documentation on the hardware, although now Kyle Davis’ excellent IntelliWiki has taken on that torch: intelliwiki.kylesblog.com
jzIntv also includes a simple monitor-style debugger that is useful for debugging games running on the Intellivision. The debugger has a handful
of commands for running, setting breakpoints, inspecting memory and so on. It also offers some basic logging and profiling capability.