it’s a David and Goliath story, you know? I was a little guy. I was fighting the - the big, powerful money guys from New York that had bought Atari. They were pulling multiple power plays on us. They - they wouldn’t let us get any public recognition, 'cause I knew what was going to happen if - when I finished it. It was going to be - the box was going to say “Adventure by Atari.” There wasn’t going to be no mention of my name. So, I was sneaky. I hid my name in the game. It’s what’s called the first Easter egg now. But, to me, it was my signature. So, I found a - a devious and sneaky way to get my name on the screen, which is on - pretty much as good as gettin’ it on the box. So, that was the little guy winning against the big guys. The little guy had no power, but, he had, uh, his own sneaky, devious brain to try and, you know, figure out a way to win. That’s one reason. I think. And it was people - I mean, secrets can be kind of cool, right? So, there was a secret in this game. It was a pretty good secret. do you know what my model was when I create - put the signature in there? Um, well, when I was a teenager back in the ‘60s, the Beatles, of course, were the kings of the music world. And there was the - one period where, uh, there was a rumor that Paul McCartney was dead, and then you played this one Beatles song backwards, and you could supposedly hear the words “I buried Paul.” And then, people were playing all the Beatles records backwards, searching for secret messages. That’s what I thought of, is the - the secret messages in the Beatles recordings. That was my model.