During the golden age of video games, Atari came up with what might go down in history as the greatest video game contest of all time. In 1982, they created a video game series called SwordQuest and there were four planned games to be made. They set up a contest for people to take part in and winners were going to be challenged to win real prizes, not like the silly game related ones that you see today. These were actual real treasures. The names of the four games were Earthworld, Fireworld, Waterworld and Airworld. Each game had a prize for the winner and then those four winners would battle it out in a contest for the grand prize. The first three games saw the light of day, but the fourth never happened and with it, so went the hope of the contest continuing and remaining prizes.