Video Games with Amazing Secrets in Them

Video Games with Amazing Secrets in Them

Video game developers have always had interesting thoughts when developing video games. They always wanted to make the gaming experience of the players a little more interesting than what the game could offer, so they would often hide codes, secrets, initials, pictures, words or what else not inside some hardly reached areas. It was popular in the past, and it is popular now, but nowadays with the internet and gaming forums, people talk with each other, share tips, hints, and easily crack the secrets. What used to be a pain in the neck in the past to find is more available now as the days pass by, but some developers took it a little further and are playing hard to get.

We have come up with several examples where secret games, Secret Slots, and mysterious “Easter Eggs” (As The developers are calling these hidden secrets and codes) that you should see, and that was revealed later, after so many years.

 

Donkey Kong

Developer’s initials are one of the most common secret codes that were found in the games. Some of them were cracked within days, if not hours, and the developers made them easy and available for most of the players, but Donkey Kong’s developer had a different idea in his head.

After more than 26 years, his initials were first cracked after using an Atari 400 home computer. We are now familiar that you can get Landon Dyer’s Initials to appear on the title screen after dying with a certain high score, losing the last life by falling damage, and starting a new game while setting it to the 4th difficulty. How’s that for secret code?

 

Batman: Arkham Asylum

In the first Batman game by Rocksteady, there was a secret not discovered for three years. This is strange for a modern game to hide a secret this long due to the forums and the communication of the gaming industry.

In this game, there was a secret room with a person called the Calendar Man In it. He would drop some hints about the next game in the series, Batman: Arkham Knight, but the date of your console has to be the same as the date Rocksteady was formed. Good job whoever figured this out!

 

Splinter Cell

A game developed in 2006 had an interesting ending regarding its secret – one of the developers was so frustrated that no one could crack his secret that he mentioned it publicly in 2010. This is no surprise, as the players had to use several vending machines in different order, perform bizarre tasks, and eventually, five talking seals will appear where you need to rescue them. You would need to make romance with one of them.

 

Halo 3

Seven years after releasing the game in 2007, developer Adrian Perez mentioned that there is a secret in the loading screen. Players from all over the world wanted to discover it, and finally, someone cracked the secret.

Set the date to 25th of December, and depress both thumb sticks while loading – a new screen saying “Happy Birthday Lauren” will appear, which was a gift from the developer to his wife.

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