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25th Jun '16 8:54:34 PM nombretomado
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* In ''BaldursGate'', there's a character called "Peter of the North." It's clearly a joke on Peter North, the porn star. He talks about being a "master woodsman" and his console code is "coksmth." Not sure if that's exactly an Easter Egg; maybe a programmer was really into porn... [[JustForPun inconceivable!]]

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* In ''BaldursGate'', there's ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'':
** There's
a character called "Peter of the North." It's clearly a joke on Peter North, the porn star. He talks about being a "master woodsman" and his console code is "coksmth." Not sure if that's exactly an Easter Egg; maybe a programmer was really into porn... [[JustForPun inconceivable!]]
23rd Jun '16 1:05:17 PM walale12
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* If you search WebSite/{{Tumblr}} for certain tags, the site will give an automated message related to it. Crosses over into CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, since if you search for "depression", the site will ask if you're okay.

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* If you search WebSite/{{Tumblr}} for certain tags, the site will give an automated message related to it. Crosses over into CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, since if you search for "depression", "depression" or "suicide", the site will ask if you're okay.
21st Jun '16 4:05:02 AM gewunomox
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* The DVD release of DuranDuran's ''Greatest'' video collection contains a number of Easter eggs which the viewer can get to either through a series of convoluted steps, or by going directly to the "track number" in each DVD. The Easter eggs include archival footage of the band playing at the Rum Runner nightclub (where they were the house band) while the New Romantic clubgoers dance around, soundtracked to "Planet Earth"; scenes from a 1984 British TV interview with the band featuring little sound clips of the slowed-down version of their instrumental "Faith in this Colour"; and a lengthy 1990 interview of the band talking about the creative process and the way their then-current album ''Liberty'' came to be.

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* The DVD release of DuranDuran's Music/DuranDuran's ''Greatest'' video collection contains a number of Easter eggs which the viewer can get to either through a series of convoluted steps, or by going directly to the "track number" in each DVD. The Easter eggs include archival footage of the band playing at the Rum Runner nightclub (where they were the house band) while the New Romantic clubgoers dance around, soundtracked to "Planet Earth"; scenes from a 1984 British TV interview with the band featuring little sound clips of the slowed-down version of their instrumental "Faith in this Colour"; and a lengthy 1990 interview of the band talking about the creative process and the way their then-current album ''Liberty'' came to be.
19th Jun '16 10:35:15 AM walale12
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* Every version of the Android operating system has a different easter egg that can be found by going into the "about device" section of the system settings and quickly tapping the Android version number several times. Recent versions of Android hide a ''VideoGame/FlappyBird'' clone here.
** The HTC One M8 has a similar one with the build number. Tapping it 7 times is how you unlock the developer settings.

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* Every version of the Android operating system has a different easter egg that can be found by going into the "about device" section of the system settings and quickly tapping the Android version number several times. Recent versions of Android hide Marshmallow (6.0) hides a ''VideoGame/FlappyBird'' clone here.
** The HTC One M8 has a similar one with Additionally, tapping the build number. Tapping it number 7 times is how you will unlock the developer settings.otherwise hidden "developer settings" on most Android devices.
17th Jun '16 7:41:35 PM gewunomox
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* Personal music review site [[http://www.disclaimerband.com/dmra.html Disclaimer Music Review Archive]] is set up so that reviews for artists whose names start with the same letter are all placed on one long, scrollable page in alphabetical order. At the end of an artist's reviews, there will often be a "SEE ALSO" list, which links to the author's reviews of related artists. The section for Joey Ramone only has one album review, and of course {{Ramones}} are the only related artist listed. If you click on the Ramones link despite the fact that you'd only have to do a miniscule amount of scrolling to get there manually, [[http://www.disclaimerband.com/lazy.html this happens]].

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* Personal music review site [[http://www.disclaimerband.com/dmra.html Disclaimer Music Review Archive]] is set up so that reviews for artists whose names start with the same letter are all placed on one long, scrollable page in alphabetical order. At the end of an artist's reviews, there will often be a "SEE ALSO" list, which links to the author's reviews of related artists. The section for Joey Ramone only has one album review, and of course {{Ramones}} Music/TheRamones are the only related artist listed. If you click on the Ramones link despite the fact that you'd only have to do a miniscule amount of scrolling to get there manually, [[http://www.disclaimerband.com/lazy.html this happens]].
16th Jun '16 3:56:37 PM nombretomado
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* The first DVD of the 3rd ''TenchiMuyo'' [=OVA=] series has a hidden subtitle track in the first episode [[spoiler: which contains the actual translation of Washu's "magic fingers" incident.]]

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* The first DVD of the 3rd ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' [=OVA=] series has a hidden subtitle track in the first episode [[spoiler: which contains the actual translation of Washu's "magic fingers" incident.]]
15th Jun '16 6:54:10 PM nombretomado
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* In TelltaleGames' ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'' game ''Abraham Lincoln Must Die!'', Max becomes President and has the power to change the date. Try changing it to Easter and checking the golf hole. You find a nice {{lampshade|Hanging}} and an achievement for the 360 version.

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* In TelltaleGames' Creator/TelltaleGames' ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'' game ''Abraham Lincoln Must Die!'', Max becomes President and has the power to change the date. Try changing it to Easter and checking the golf hole. You find a nice {{lampshade|Hanging}} and an achievement for the 360 version.
6th Jun '16 2:54:00 PM Doug86
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* The game ''Pinball/MonsterBash'' has six music tracks, one for each of the game's UniversalHorror monsters. The seventh track, "Lyman's Lament", is normally available after the player shoots the Concert Hall scoop 44 times in a single game -- but a secret combination of flipper presses on the first ball allows it to be available immediately.

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* The game ''Pinball/MonsterBash'' has six music tracks, one for each of the game's UniversalHorror Franchise/UniversalHorror monsters. The seventh track, "Lyman's Lament", is normally available after the player shoots the Concert Hall scoop 44 times in a single game -- but a secret combination of flipper presses on the first ball allows it to be available immediately.
4th Jun '16 3:08:13 PM Azvolrien
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* The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh includes three dioramas showing different landscapes of ancient Scotland, from tundra to the Caledonian Pine Forest, and the wildlife that would have lived there. All three include little details that you might not notice at first, but what really belongs here is the inclusion in the tundra diorama, hidden behind the display case's frame so that you can only see it by leaning right up against the glass, of a tiny snowman.
3rd Jun '16 10:02:37 AM nombretomado
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* The Insomniac Museum of ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' fame. It's an easter egg level full of stuff that didn't make it into the game in the style of the actual Insomniac Games office layout, and various Insomniac staff members have commentary on each item. The Museum appears in only three of the games, and is located on 'Planet Burbank' (in reference to where the company is located), or on 'Dantopia'. Getting into it usually happens by chance, since the rather out-of-the-way telepads that send you there only work when your PS2 internal clock is set to the top of a specific hour. In Going Commando, there's a second way to get in that doesn't require setting your clock, but is much more difficult to discover, since you have to do a series of very specific things most people would never consider doing otherwise.

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* The Insomniac Museum of ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' fame. It's an easter egg level full of stuff that didn't make it into the game in the style of the actual Insomniac Games office layout, and various Insomniac staff members have commentary on each item. The Museum appears in only three of the games, and is located on 'Planet Burbank' (in reference to where the company is located), or on 'Dantopia'. Getting into it usually happens by chance, since the rather out-of-the-way telepads that send you there only work when your PS2 [=PS2=] internal clock is set to the top of a specific hour. In Going Commando, there's a second way to get in that doesn't require setting your clock, but is much more difficult to discover, since you have to do a series of very specific things most people would never consider doing otherwise.
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