Happy Easter! It seemed appropriate to put together a list of Easter Egg sites, and I’m not talking about the beautiful colored eggs, I mean those little surprises hidden away in movies, DVDs, games, software, and web pages.
Easter Eggs in Movies and DVDs:
- DVDEasterEggs – Focuses on Easter eggs in DVDs and helpfully includes the region code. If you have a huge DVD collection consider signing for the RSS feed to give you something new to look for when you watch your favorite movies over again.
- Netflix – The DVD rental by mail site lists lots of easter eggs for the movies it has, need something for your queue? Take a look and see any of these sound interesting to you.
- IMDB - While not official listed as easter eggs, you can find a lot of theme under the “Fun Stuff” category on the sidebar. Just check out the movie you’re about to see and find out if there’s anything you should be looking for.
Easter Eggs in Games:
- GameSpot – GameSpot has a great article listing the Greatest Easter Eggs in Gaming History, a good read if you want to hit the highlights.
- YahoVideoGames – Another list from YVG of their favorite gaming easter eggs.
- DigitPress – Hits a lot of the older games, lists eggs by system and then game.
Easter Eggs in Software:
- SoftwareTipsAndTricks – This computer help site has amassed a great collection of easter eggs hidden in various operating systems and other common applications
- FreeSoftwareMagazine – This site that caters to free and OS software users has a list of easter eggs in free software.
Easter Eggs on Web Pages:
- robert.accettura – This is a fun list of eggs that can be found in the HTML of some of the larger sites
- Moo – Moo.com is running an online easter egg hunt this year, find the eggs and win prizes!
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