ALAMOGORDO, New Mexico -- If you were looking for the world's worst video game, where would you find it?
The obvious answer, in a landfill.
Yes, a 31-year-old mystery has been solved with an excavation at an Alamogordo, New Mexico landfill.
In the 80s, rumors circulated that millions of Atari's "E.T. the extra-terrestrial" video game cartridges had been buried.
It's considered the worst video game ever released.
Filmmaker Zak Penn is making a movie about the mystery surrounding the game's disappearance, and organized the dig where the long-lost game cartridges were discovered.
So, we have a movie made into a video game made into a movie.