INTV System III or Intellivision Super Pro System is a home console that released by INVT Corporation in 1985.
In 1983 the video game market crashed taking down every major console. By 1984 the remaining stock of Mattel's Intellivision was being cleared out from stores. However, in 1984 former Mattel Electronics vice president, Terrence Valeski, bought the rights to the system, its games and its customer list from Mattel for 20 million dollars to continue the distribution of the system in a smaller scale. He even bought the rights of the biggest third party games. Intellivison Inc. was born, later changing it's name to INTV Corporation.
INTV System III is the Intellivision console that INTV Corporation released in black and silver colors. INTV Corporation started with releasing Thunder Castle and World Championship Baseball, two game titles that were developed and completed by Mattel but never released. Then they continued with more game titles, publishing 21 new Intellivision cartridges in total and bringing the Intellivision library to a total of 124 cartridges plus one compilation cartridge.