Easter egg games
Group DescriptionGames concealed in software contexts in which games are not expected, typically requiring some unlikely user activity in order to reveal themselves and become available for play.
Please note: this group is not for games that have easter eggs in them (extraneous or unofficial content implanted directly by the developer, typically without knowledge of the publisher -- following the example of Warren Robinett's Adventure for the Atari 2600), but for games that themselves are easter eggs -- typically contained in application or utility programs.
Front cover for Google Chrome (included game)
Front cover for WinAmp 5.5 (included game)
Front cover for OpenOffice (included games)
Front cover for Spybot - Search & Destroy (included game)
Front cover for μTorrent (included game)
Screenshot from Google Chrome (included game)
Screenshot from RemorseView (included game)
Screenshot from WinAmp 5.5 (included game)
Screenshot from OpenOffice (included games)
Screenshot from Spybot - Search & Destroy (included game)