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25th Apr '18 6:17:23 AM BeerBaron
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* ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' has a few, but the most infamous is [=ToddTest=], which contains [=NPCs=] with such dignified names as Todd's Super Tester Guy and Pretty Kitty. The area contains one of nearly every type of item in the game.

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* ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' has a few, but few which cross over with DebugRoom. In particular is the most infamous is [=ToddTest=], [=ToddTest=] cell, which contains [=NPCs=] with such dignified names as Todd's Super Tester Guy and Pretty Kitty. The area contains one of nearly every type of item in the game.
16th Mar '18 6:18:57 AM Koveras
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* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic 6, 7'' and ''8'' each featured a dungeon called NWC full of civilians with the names of New World Computing (the games' developer) employees. ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic 6'' even has Jon Van Caneghem (CEO of NWC) and Trip Hawkins (CEO of 3DO, who owned NWC at the time) represented as hostile goblins that attacked your party.

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* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic 6, 7'' and ''8'' each featured a dungeon called NWC full of civilians with the names of New World Computing Creator/NewWorldComputing (the games' developer) employees. ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic 6'' even has Jon Van Caneghem (CEO of NWC) and Trip Hawkins (CEO of 3DO, who owned NWC at the time) represented as hostile goblins that attacked your party.
9th Dec '17 4:37:41 PM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/MachinaOfThePlanetTreePlanetRuler': After beating the game, the player will be allowed to save, which loads into the sound test room. Talking to the AuthorAvatar several times reveals plans for an update to the game and a sequel.
28th Nov '17 8:59:19 AM PDL
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon'': Game Freak still has their office here but in addition to development of ''Red and Blue'', they'll also give you a set of Apricorn Balls if you show them a Pokémon that originated from ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. They'll also reveal some trivia on that game's development, including a reference to Creator/SatoruIwata (who stepped in when they were having trouble with programming the game).
27th Aug '17 10:23:14 AM Cavery210
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': It's hidden in the Dwarves' castle. It was removed from the English-language SNES release (probably due to the maps being removed to make room for the expanded training room and because the secret [[JokeItem Porno Mag item]] would not get past Nintendo's strict censors at the time.), then restored in later versions and in the Namingway Edition hack of FF4. Note that the characters found in the [[VideoGameRemake DS version]] are different, to reflect the development team for that version specifically.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': It's hidden in the Dwarves' castle. It was removed from the English-language SNES release (probably due to the maps being removed to make room for the expanded training room and because the secret [[JokeItem Porno Mag item]] would not get past Nintendo's strict censors at the time.), then restored in later versions and in the Namingway Edition hack of FF4.the US SNES version. Note that the characters found in the [[VideoGameRemake DS version]] are different, to reflect the development team for that version specifically.
27th Aug '17 10:22:06 AM Cavery210
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': It's hidden in the Dwarves' castle. It was removed from the English-language SNES release (probably due to the maps being removed to fit the expanded training room.), then restored in later versions. Note that the characters found in the [[VideoGameRemake DS version]] are different, to reflect the development team for that version specifically.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': It's hidden in the Dwarves' castle. It was removed from the English-language SNES release (probably due to the maps being removed to fit make room for the expanded training room.room and because the secret [[JokeItem Porno Mag item]] would not get past Nintendo's strict censors at the time.), then restored in later versions.versions and in the Namingway Edition hack of FF4. Note that the characters found in the [[VideoGameRemake DS version]] are different, to reflect the development team for that version specifically.
18th Aug '17 2:54:42 AM Siempie
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* ''{{VideoGame/Undertale}}'' has a dev room behind a locked door that can only be opened by [[spoiler:avoiding all the Special Thanks in the True Ending credits. Inside, it is revealed that the Annoying Dog programmed the entire game by barking into a computer]].

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* ''{{VideoGame/Undertale}}'' has a dev room behind a locked door that can only be opened by [[spoiler:avoiding all the Special Thanks in the True Ending credits. Inside, it is revealed that the Annoying Dog programmed the entire game by barking into a computer]].computer with speech-to-text software]].
9th Aug '17 8:06:14 AM PDL
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' lets you battle one of them: Shigeki Morimoto, a game designer and programmer who has been involved in Pokémon since ''Red and Green'' (he also personally designed [[SecretCharacter Mew]] and added it to the game at the last minute). His team has the highest level Pokémon for an NPC (except Cynthia) in the entire game, though it's much weaker than most of the other post-game bosses due to being composed of significantly weaker species. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also allows you to battle him once more, only this time his team is far more powerful (Consisting of the 3 original Eeveelutions, Machamp, Tauros and Kangaskhan). Show him certain Pokémon that originated from the Virtual Console ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' games to him and he'll reveal some tidbits about ''Red and Blue'''s development [[note]]specifically, Mankey, Tauros, Exeggutor, Diglett and Mew.[[/note]]

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' lets you battle one of them: Shigeki Morimoto, a game designer and programmer who has been involved in Pokémon since ''Red and Green'' (he also personally designed [[SecretCharacter Mew]] and added it to the game at the last minute). His team has the highest level Pokémon for an NPC (except Cynthia) in the entire game, though it's much weaker than most of the other post-game bosses due to being composed of significantly weaker species. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also allows you to battle him once more, only this time his team is far more powerful (Consisting of the 3 original Eeveelutions, Machamp, Tauros Dragonite and Kangaskhan). Show him certain Pokémon that originated from the Virtual Console ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' games to him and he'll reveal some tidbits about ''Red and Blue'''s development [[note]]specifically, Mankey, Tauros, Exeggutor, Diglett and Mew.[[/note]]
28th Jul '17 8:05:56 AM sarysa
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' grants the player a once-a-day repeatable battle against Shigeki Morimoto once again, which grants you an item that speeds up egg hatching after your first win. Shigeki remarks that he "forgot to save", but that's okay because he'll "win anyway". Another developer remarks that they grew up with the series and are thrilled to be working on it, understandable given Sun and Moon were released on its 20th anniversary.
30th May '17 1:03:19 PM PDL
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