Age Of Empires have a lot of EE
The make command is used to invoke the TECO editor to create a file.
If given the file name argument love, so that the command reads make love, it will pause and respond not war? before creating the file
Jump through a portal and you get to fight some seriously tough ax-wielding cows.
This Easter egg is an inside joke among Diablo diehards: There was a rumor about the first Diablo that if one of the random cows that appeared throughout the game was clicked on enough times, a portal to a secret level would open.
This rumor came true with the sequel, with a hidden level full of heavily armed bovines.
Shoot the final boss–a giant demon head–with a rocket launcher, then enter the “noclip” cheat code. Walk through the hole you’ve made in the boss’s head, and into a room.
In the room you’ll find another head, that of John Romero, the creator of the Doom series. He’ll say, backwards, “To win the game, you must kill me, John Romero.” Shoot him a bunch of times and you indeed win the game.
In the penultimate level, go to the third room and press the action button at one of the walls. It will open, and inside will be a familiar sight to Simpsons fans: Homer’s desk at Sector 7G of Mr. Burns’ nuclear power plant, including donuts.
he developers of GTA clearly love to mess with the idea of the Easter egg.
Go to the top of a building and jump off it.
You’ll miraculously go through the window of a neighboring building.
You’ll be inside a room with a pedestal, on top of which is a big chocolate egg with “Happy Easter!” written on it.
While playing the AGI version of the game, type “BEAM ME” outside the prison cell after you, as Rosella, vanquish Lolotte. You’ll be transported to a room straight out of The Jetsons, full of folk in white labcoats. They introduce themselves as the developers of King’s Quest IV. Whoa, super-meta.
Exactly 25 years ago today, some Microsoft coworkers and I launched a complex and costly prank.
We printed up hundreds of realistic shrink-wrapped boxes of a fake product, Microsoft Coffee, and snuck it into stores all around the greater Seattle area.
Customers were amused, retail was confused, and the local news and tech media covered the prank.
Until Microsoft’s PR flacks freaked out, and covered it all up. They scooped up all remaining boxes, denied Microsoft did the prank, downplayed the scale of it to the media, and imposed a ban on real-world pranks which largely remains to this day , ensuring all pranks from then on would need to go through them, as virtual press releases.