As you may or may not know, the Nintendo Switch’s Pro Controller is partially translucent, so you can look inside the guts of the accessory and see cool stuff. But there are some secrets within that are still hard to spot.
The folks who build Tesla cars are my kind of geeks, offering such features as the Spaceballs-inspired Ludicrous Speed on their performance models. Now, check out this short video of a cool Easter egg that Tesla included in its autopilot feature on the Model S.
I’m not into first-person shooters, so I was surprised that Battlefield 4 actually has a reputation for having lots of hidden goodies and references. But one of the game’s newest Easter eggs will impress even BF4 fans.
If you went back to 2001 and peeked into my PC gaming activities on any given day, I’d likely be playing Serious Sam. I loved that game and beat it more than once. I’ve never been much on searching out secrets hidden in the game though; I just wanted to shoot stuff up.
Tesla is best known for its slick Model S electric car. Inside, the car is festooned with technology including a wireless connection that links its systems to Tesla and allows the company to upload software updates automatically.
If you are a gamer, you will be as surprised as me to hear that a new Easter egg has been discovered in Halo 3. The game has been on the market for seven years now, and numerous Easter eggs have already been discovered, but this is the first time this one has been documented.
Look at this image. That is some weird Sonic action. It looks like Sonic ate a trash can and is trying to run off the extra calories. WTH? There is a simple explanation. The Android version of Sonic Dash arrived today and it was updated with a new unlockable character.
If you want Google Maps to give you directions from Snowdon to Brecon Beacons in Wales, it will estimate travel times by car, bus, foot, plane, bicycle, and now by dragon. Obviously we want to go by dragon.
I love Bravely Default. It’s one of the best RPGs I’ve played in a long time. I had so much fun playing it that I made a mini-guide for a certain part of the game. So I headed to GameFAQs, and while I was figuring out how to write my guide I came upon this neat Easter Egg for the game.
You’ve done chocolate Easter eggs year in and year out and it’s starting to get boring. If you’re looking for ways to spice up (or rather, pork up) your Easter this year, then why don’t you weave and whip up a couple of these bacon Easter eggs?
Alex Wilhelm of The Next Web found this neat Easter Egg on WolframAlpha, the nerdy cousin of Google’s search engine. If you type the phrase “zerg-like curve” into its search field, WolframAlpha will crunch some numbers and generate this parametric graph:
Two of the most well-received games this year are both sequels, which were also released within a few days of each other: Torchlight II and Borderlands 2. It turns out these two games shared more than just a launch week, they also shared a robot:
All assassins worth their salt know that jumping into a cart full of hay is the quickest way to descend from a great height. That gimmick won’t fly (or land safely) in the world of the Witcher though, as revealed by this Easter Egg in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings:
Here in Texas, it is rare to get snow, so when winter rolls around all we can do is throw handfuls of that foaming hand soap around and pretend its cold. We can go years without seeing any sort of snow around here and if you live in a similarly warm climate, you might want to check out the new Google Easter Egg which turned up this week.
I am still able to resist my destiny as a dragonborn, and hopefully I can hold out until the scary PS3 memory issue is fixed. But the Internet is draining my Anti-Skyrim field, as it’s riddled with all sorts of cool stuff about the game, like this funny glitch that lets your follower wield a powerful giant’s club.
It’s not uncommon at all to find all sorts of hidden content inside software and other devices today. These are called Easter eggs and the latest strange Easter egg to surface comes from the ROM of a guy’s Samsung Galaxy S II.