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There are Warp Pipes that can be found within the game's first and fourth chapters that strikingly resemble the Warp Pipes from the Mario series. Upon entering either Pipe, there will be a secret room with three more Warp Pipes along with 8-bit music playing in the background, which resembles the Warp Zone from World 1-2 in Super Mario Bros. Upon entering any of the three Pipes, they will warp the player to certain chapters within the game. Furthermore, finding all six buttons within the first chapter without the use of cheat codes will reveal a rainbow bridge that resembles the Rainbow Road track from the Mario Kart series that leads to a blue Warp Pipe, which takes the player to the secret room.

The second Warp Pipe is inaccessible in the PC version due to the switch used to access it not working; whether or not this inaccessibility was an intentional choice by the developers or a glitch is unknown.
Contributed by Tuli0hWut
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
After draining the water surrounding the Swamp Dungeon, Link can pick up the fish that are flopping around as a result of the reduced water levels. If Link throws a fish back into the pond, it will verbally thank Link and give him some Rupees. However, if Link carries a fish to Kakariko Village and gives it to the Street Merchant, he will give Link an assortment of Rupees, Bombs and Arrows.
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Spore
When trading with any empire, the theme song from the 1983 game M.U.L.E., an influential multiplayer game published in North America by EA, can sometimes be heard in the background. A song also called "M.U.L.E." can be found in the song library for use in adventures.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
When a player is up to bat, sitting and pressing no buttons on the controller for around 40 seconds will cause the umpire to turn around and break the fourth wall by knocking on the screen twice and yelling "Play the game, kid!".
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Pikmin 2
In 2019, a second instance of Totaka's Song appearing in Pikmin 2 was discovered 15 years after the game's original release. By entering any cave without a Memory Card inserted into the Nintendo GameCube, the "Pikmin 2 Memory Card Check" screen will appear advising the player to insert a Memory Card so the game can save its data, and will play quiet ambient music in the background. By waiting on this screen for roughly 3 minutes and 40 seconds, Totaka's Song will play.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
In the Novigrad, the side quest "A Feast for Crows" is a reference to the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series by George R. R. Martin, both in that the name of the side quest is directly lifted from the fourth book in the series, and that it references events from the first book "A Game of Thrones". In the small isle of Kaer Almhult, one of the sky cells has a dead dwarf inside as a reference to when Tyrion Lannister was imprisoned inside the Eyrie's sky cell by Lysa Arryn. Geralt will say upon examining the body: "Sky cells... Nice idea for a prison without bars. Shame he didn't know how to fly".
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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In the Sega CD version, in a cutscene after defeating Kingpin, a carved face of Sonic the Hedgehog can be seen in the background on the cave walls, likely as a reference to the game being published by Sega and available exclusively on Sega consoles.
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During the scene where Ethan sees Spoiler:Eveline from Resident Evil VII: Biohazard in a desolate, snowy part of the village there is a partially modelled version of the interior of Ethan's house far below the geometry of the area, suggesting that it was originally going to be part of the scene, but ended up being used differently in the final game.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
The skybox used throughout the whole game (including in Ethan's house and in the village) that cannot be seen during normal gameplay is a street view of Kensington Gardens, one of London's eight Royal Parks which were originally used exclusively by the British royal family, but today are now open to the public.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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Darknuts have a low-quality, low-polygon, and mostly featureless face underneath their helmets that cannot be seen in normal gameplay.
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The name "The Staff of Dreams" may be a play on the idiom "the stuff of dreams," which refers to someone experiencing a moment in life that one can only aspire happening.
Contributed by GamerBen144
It is possible to get out of bounds in Temperantia into the massive barren wasteland north of the game's map. This giant stretch of land is fully rendered and has collision-detection allowing you to walk as far as you want, but no in-game events happen in this location leaving the reason to why it was included at all unknown.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
Kingdom Hearts II
In areas where non-playable party members are walking around independent of Sora (i.e. the Bamboo Grove for instance), if the player looks at both Donald and Goofy from a distance they will sometimes walk toward each other and have a silent conversation. If Sora gets closer and approaches them, then they stop and focus their attention on him instead.
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Kingdom Hearts II
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If the player has themed Command Menus turned on, "Hidden Mickeys" (a recurring symbol of the shape of Mickey Mouse's head inserted in plenty of Disney releases, theme parks and iconography) of varying levels of obscurity can be spotted in many of the area-specific menus. Some notable examples include:
•The gold gladiators on the Olympus Coliseum world's menu hold shields shaped liked Mickey's head
•In the middle of one of the gears in Hallow Bastion's Menu is a Mickey head
•The hard-to-see puffs of smoke "rising" out of the Underworld's Menu are translucent, wavy Mickey heads.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
If Daniella is killed before Cassandra, an event between Lady Dimitrescu and Cassandra will play out in the main hall, where she demands that Cassandra searches for Ethan. If Cassandra is killed before Daniella, a different event will play out with Dimitrescu calling for Cassandra, realizing she is dead, and angrily yelling to Ethan, before storming to the dining room. Shooting at Dimitrescu to catch her attention before she leaves will prompt her to turn and attack Ethan saying "The entire bloodline of House Dimitrescu is done in? By the likes of you!?"
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If the player goes to the bathroom in V’s homestead, three seashells can be found on a ledge by the toilet. This is a reference to the 1993 film "Demolition Man", where in John's bathroom, there are three seashells next to the toilet that replaced toilet paper in the future, yet the film never reveals how they work.
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Kingdom Hearts
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In Huey, Dewey, and Louie's Item Shop in Traverse Town, there is a poster of a steamboat with the caption "RIVER BOAT" in a large cartoony font, possibly as a reference to the 1928 Mickey Mouse short film Steamboat Willie. The art style of the late 1920's black and white Disney cartoons as a whole would be adapted as an explorable area in Kingdom Hearts II called Timeless River.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
The GameCube release contains the SNES game Super Punch-Out!! as a bonus game. Completing the game will unlock Little Mac from Super Punch-Out!! (distinguished by his intro from the ring announcer as being from Tokyo, Japan, whereas the Little Mac in all other entries in the Punch-Out!! series is from the Bronx, New York) as a playable character. Little Mac can also be unlocked by naming a custom boxer "Macman" and saving the end result. This cameo was part of a deal between Nintendo and EA that allowed them to use Nintendo's characters for three of EA's games for the GameCube, the other two being SSX on Tour and NBA Street V3.
Contributed by GamerBen144
When activating the Duke's shop, there is a chance the Duke might quote the Merchant from Resident Evil 4 and say the latter's line "whatta ya buyin'?" and then follow it with a mention that the Merchant is a friend of the Duke's. Additionally, the developers stated that the Merchant was their primary basis for the Duke, furthering the connection between the two venders.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
Shortly after the release of the Nintendo Switch version of the game, developer Amir Rajan revealed that by plugging a USB keyboard into the system and typing "~", players could gain access to an interpreter and code editor rooted in the RubyMotion mobile programming language, allowing users to code mobile apps on their Switch. Shortly after this information was shared, Nintendo removed the game from the Switch's eShop. Rajan, initially implementing the code editor to share the joy of coding with players, later expressed regret that he included the feature in the first place due to how he sensationalized it and its simplistic features in that it could only draw lines, squares, and labels, play sound clips from A Dark Room, and detect button presses.
Contributed by KidDivinegon
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