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Information - Fathom

GenreArcade - MiscellaneousYear1983
ControlsJoystickPublisherImagic
Players1CountryUSA
Programmer(s)

Fulop, Rob

Medium  Cartridge 
FormatNTSCRarity   
Dumpdownload atari Fathom Download    Play it!Serial720111-1A / 03205

Additional Comments - Fathom

Other versions with the same title:


Digivision
Edu Games / Edu Juegos
Imagic (Canadian)
Imagic (International)
MaxGames Software
Robby

Other versions with a different title:
Fathon.


Release the mermaid on level two, but swim up and leave before her cage fully opens. Transform into a seagull and fly to the left or right to a volcano. The initials of each programmer (Rob Fulop, Michael Becker and Wilfredo Aguilar) will replace the volcano fireballs.

The manual mentions to watch for a 'special surprise' for completing the game. At the end of level 7, 31001 95031 LGCA appears. This is actually Imagic’s old address (P.O. Box 31001, Laguna, CA 95031).

Imagic held a contest in which you could win $1000 by correctly answering how many tridents are hidden in the Fathom ad (below) and on the back of a Fathom box, and having your entry card drawn.

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Videos - Fathom

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Article - Fathom

Bill Grubb and Dennis Koble Interview


Posters - Fathom

Fathom Atari Posters 
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