Following the success of 1998's PC version, the multi-game compilation Intellivision Lives! makes its GameCube debut with more than 50 playable titles originally designed for Mattel's classic console. Rather than simply choosing games from a list, players can navigate their way across a 3D pizza parlor filled with icons of the 1980s, including neon signs, a jukebox that plays Intellivision music, as well as a number of arcade cabinets lining the walls. Each cabinet houses a different genre, such as space, sports, and more, with the coin-op game's screen serving as the interface. Developer Realtime Associates, which produced original INTV Corp. titles during the waning years of the console, designed the emulation software used to re-create the games on GameCube. The process for creating the compilation was overseen by Intellivision Productions' own Keith Robinson and Stephen Roney, who ensured each emulated title mirrored the originals as closely as possible.