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Slap City
Slap City was originally envisioned as a mini-game in Ittle Dew 2 before being reworked into a full title. The scrapped mini-game had intentionally poor presentation, being locked to 30FPS with interlacing, something that was not retained in Slap City given it's focus on competitive play, and a low-poly style inspired by the original Super Smash Bros. The polygonal alternate form of Fluffy Fields, where the Clone Team is fought in arcade mode, is based on this version of the game.
Also Appears On: Ittle Dew 2 (Game)
Sonic 3D Blast
If one punches or shakes a Sega Genesis while Sonic 3D Blast is playing, they will access the level select screen. This was not an intentional Easter egg, but rather the result of a loophole made to speed up Sega's tedious quality assurance pipeline by having the level select appear as a failsafe when the game crashes, meaning that Sega testers would simply believe they had unlocked a secret - this trick had previously been used in the development of Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse.
Yandere Simulator
The toothbrush model in Yandere Simulator, a background prop with no in-game use, at one point had 5,592 faces, making it the heaviest model in the game, including characters and entire interior rooms. It is theorized that the model was originally made for photorealistic CGI in commercials, and had its polygon count shoddily reduced, as each individual bristle on the brush is rendered. Eventually, the model would be replaced, giving it the much smaller - albeit still-ridiculously high - triangle count of 994.
Contributed by Rocko & Heffer on November 17, 2023
Mario Kart Tour
Attachment Piranha Plant Cove is the only non-city Tour course that has more than one layout.
PAC-MAN Doodle
The Pac-Man Google Doodle was not properly optimized for Firefox users, which led to the Pac-Man sound effects playing in sequence unprompted, even if Google was on a different tab, with many users mistaking the ghosts' movement noises for cartoon police sirens and believing to have caught a virus.

So many questions were posted on Mozilla's Q&A forums that, once they prepared an article to explain the Pac-Man glitch, the company's database server had slowed down to a point where the article took long to upload.
Also Appears On: Web browser (Platform)
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