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Re: It Took 33 Years For Someone to Find the Easter Egg in This Apple II Game.

I know of an Easter Egg in a 20+ year old game that has never been documented as found. I know of it because a friend of mine was involved in the game's development and put it there. He showed it to me using a published copy of the game. And this was an A title that is widely available. It is not buried in code but out in the open, you just have to go to the right place and look in the right direction.

I have a feeling there are lots of these out there waiting to be found.
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If I was to program anything that goes public I would include one for sure. I just love this clever hide thing someone someday can find.
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I quite enjoyed Fallout Shelter for a while, though it VERY quickly becomes repetitive. The stuff you'll do during the first 30 minutes is essentially what you'll be doing for the rest of the game.

The Quests stuff could be cool. I wonder if there's a way to port my android save into the PC, though. I have a vault where everyone has like 15+ damage weapons and bad-ass armor.
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Fallout Shelter. The game which helps you curb any potential gameplay addiction by implementing a 100% save game corruption rate. Wait, what, that's not a feature? Well, screw fixing it, just pile in some more content and microtransactions.
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