Unfortunately, Easter this year will be incredibly anti-climactic due to all of us being stuck at home in quarantine. We just hope these amusing memes will make your time marginally more bearable.
Now please enjoy even more Christian memes!
Avengers: Endgame is finally here, and the whole damn internet is either celebrating or dodging spoilers left and right. Today we discovered it's possible to do both. Google Search is playing into Marvel-mania with a very entertaining Thanos easter egg. All you need to do is google the purple villain and then click on the cartoon icon of his powerful gauntlet. What comes next is completely devoid of spoilers and a fun treat for fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Easter really snuck up on us this year. We celebrated by dying Easter eggs and writing lewd things on the newly pigmented snacks. In case jelly beans and ham aren't enough for you, we put together ths selection of bunny and egg related memes to get you into the spirit.
Tesla recently pushed an update to software on the Model S and Model X that included a not-so-secret Easter egg. Elon Musk announced in a Tweet that if you press the autopilot button four times in quick succession, this rainbow road will pop up in the dashboard screen. Unfortunately, the new level doesn't include any theme music:
Yesterday, news feeds were stormed by a couple 'shocking' (...) in-game discoveries. We had the unearthing of the prehistoric Mike Tyson Punch Out!! Easter Egg.
And we also had the super rare Super Mario Bros. 3 slide animation..We'll take a gander here, and assume many of you have long since known about at least one of these super secrets..
Anyways, here's the 1 frame animation in all its unadulterated glory.
Today is the launch of Twilight Princess HD for Wii U, and Google Maps has gotten into the spirit of adventure!
In the lower right-hand corner of Google Maps, the usual street view guy has been replaced with The Legend of Zelda's hero, Link, who will assuredly keep his mouth shut about your decision to spend hours looking at your crush's house using street view.
Go check it out!
The Buster Sword is firmly lodged in a mountain like it's freakin Excalibur, but if you're falling through the air or running up one particular random mountain-side, you might run into a Final Fantasy Buster Sword on your Just Cause 3 adventures. You can also find Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, in a crater. Spoiler alert: you're not worthy enough to wield it.
If you've played an Elder Scrolls game, you're probably familiar with the glowing Nirnroot plant, valued for its healing properties. If you're also playing Fallout 4 (who am I kidding, of course you are), you may have stumbled across an "experimental plant" that looks an awful lot like Nirnroot aboard an airship research station.
I know what you're thinking, "it's just a reused asset," but, consider the notes from the scribe who discovered the plant in the Fallout universe: according to him, the plant emits a light that is a result of bioluminescence, not radiation, and makes him feel stronger when he drinks a tea made from the plant. Could they be the same plant?
It may very well be that these are totally different, but it's fun to speculate about a connection between these two universes.