Did You Know?
Contained the first ever video game Easter Egg: if you drop the correct items in specific spots, the game gives you access to a secret room that shows the name of the programmer. In the late 70s and early 80s, Atari frowned on the programmers giving themselves individual credit for their games, so Warren Robinett
snuck this feature in Adventure in order to give himself the credit he felt he deserved. See more
Select game 2 or 3 and enter the maze in the Black Castle. Move screen to the left of the first maze screen. At the bottom center of this room is a closed cubicle. Use the bridge to enter that area and collect the "dot". Carry this item to the screen just above the catacombs, located one screen down and to the right of the Gold Castle. Note: The "dot" is the same color as the ground outside, so care must be taken not to lose it in transit. Drop the "dot" here, and bring two other items onto the same screen. Move through the line on the right side of the screen to view the programmer credits. See more
Referenced in The Carrie Diaries: Pilot