The Nerd looks back to the history behind the Swordquest series of games for the Atari 2600, and one of the most elaborate contests created around a video game – a contest which offered $150,000 of real treasures as prizes.
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Franz PieperJune 30, 2022 at 8:55 am
Recently found the announcement of the atari collection on steam. After reading the description, I immediately had to think about this episode and thought, maybe you didn’t notice yet.
“Swordquest: AirWorld – Yes, you read that right: After nearly 40 years of waiting, the team at Digital Eclipse has created the fourth and final entry in the legendary Swordquest series, inspired by the design concepts of original Swordquest creator Tod Frye. Who will be the first to solve its mysteries – and finally complete the quest?”
Keep on with your content. Greetings from Germany.