An easter egg is an intentional hidden message, inside joke, or feature in a work such as a computer program, web page, video game, television program, movie, book, or crossword. Minecraft features several easter eggs hidden within the game. Many joke features and updates are teased on the 1st of Obsidian armor minecraft. Some of these, such as stained glass, blocks of coal and horses eventually made their way into the official game.
The Minecraft «store» in seizure mode. The Locked Chest was a naturally generated block used as the premise of Notch’s 2011 April Fool’s Day joke. Upon attempting to open the chest, a message would appear stating that a Steve Co. Supply Crate Key is needed and that one could be purchased at the Minecraft store. One of the receivable items is called Mann Co.
Store, a microtransaction system integrated into the Steam client. The font used in the GUI is also the same as the one used in Team Fortress 2. Clicking on the proceed to checkout button triggers a screamer in which a Velociraptor from the film Jurassic Park will growl loudly and fly across the screen. Once clicked, the Proceed button also changes its display name to Fiddlesticks!
10,000 into the cart causes a window pop-up asking if you are prone to seizures. Clicking OK or Cancel makes the screen start flashing, causing every element to flash multi-color. Later, the window pop-up said: «If you are prone to seizures, press cancel. This was done likely to avoid lawsuits because of the rapidly changing color flashes. This page would benefit from the addition of more images. Please remove this notice once you’ve added suitable images to the article.
The specific instructions are: Renders of the villager skins. A post was added to Mojang’s blog for the joke. The long-nosed villagers introduced in Minecraft Beta 1. We are desperately trying our best to pull the plugs, but we should prepare ourselves to serve under our new villager overlords.