When is the last time you clicked on a link on your mobile phone and had the words “Easter Egg” pop up on your screen? You know, the Easter Egg in your favorite games or movie? You’ve been there before. You’ve clicked on something called a “link,” and when you click, you get an image of a mysterious character. “Easily one of the most addictive, and most fun, ways to earn cash,” one app says. “It’s the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys a challenge.” That sounds like a good idea, right? But it can be confusing. For example, in “Eggcellent,” you have to click on a number of eggs, and some of them look very similar. And sometimes, the eggs don’t have any eggs in them, but you still see a random, floating egg on your phone screen. What does this all mean? Well, according to an
published by GameSpot, an online game magazine, the egg is a virtual Easter Egg.
In the article, GameSpot’s editorial director Chris Pramas wrote that the “Eyes of Easter” is a “fun and addictive” game that has been “designed with ease-of-use in mind.”
Pramos also said that the game’s Easter Egg was created by a designer with a degree in computer science.
The title, “Easts Egg,” is a reference to an Easter Egg from the game “Elder Scrolls: Skyrim,” where you can find an egg that looks like a tree branch, and that’s actually the entrance to the Elder Scrolls Online.
“The egg’s name and theme are both very easy to remember,” Pramis wrote.
“So if you play it enough times, you will eventually learn to recognise and remember it as a random icon.”
The developer of “Eights Egg” has now posted an update to its site that clarifies that the developer, Ryan Waggoner, is not a developer of the game.
“Myself and my co-designer have a degree from the University of Toronto in Computer Science, so we have a great deal of background in game design,” the developer wrote.
Pramass wrote that “Eaves Egg” is an Easter egg that appears when you play the game, “in an infinite loop” and can be accessed in three ways: 1.
When you click the icon, you’re presented with a screen that looks a lot like an egg.
When the egg appears, the text “EASTER EGG” pops up on the screen, but the actual Easter Egg isn’t there.
You click the Egg, and it appears.
Pamela Criqui, the author of the article and an avid gamer, said that she noticed the difference between “Easters Egg” and “Echoes of Easter.”
“I think it’s a little strange that the egg isn’t in the game,” she told Newsweek.
“I’m not really a big fan of eggs.”