Imagic invited players of Atlantis to take pictures of their high scores on their television screens and mail them to the company. Those who had the highest scores were then rewarded with a copy of Atlantis II. The latter game, rather than being a mass-produced sequel to Atlantis, was a special edition of the original Atlantis, featuring faster enemy ships which were worth fewer points. The concept behind this was to create a more difficult game that would "determine the true champion".
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