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1. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 04:52 BST
what is your record??
mine is about 1':40"
2. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 05:50 BST
Where is it?
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3. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 06:02 BST
If you care so much for your privacy, what are you hiding?
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4. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 06:25 BST
@R-L-A-GeorgeIn the 3DS Sound app, when playing a song, it's one of the visualizers.
@lzbirdboy"Hidden" in the sense that it doesn't punch you in the face with its obviousness. It's not on the main menu or anything.
As for the record, the game keeps track of your scores in the background, so you don't have to refer to a time, jerryo.
First Score: 182. This game seems to demand D-Pad support, which sadly wouldn't allow it to work in in the sound app. My accidental diagonal movements led to a lot of near-falls.
Edited on Fri 20th May, 2011 @ 06:52 by Ark
5. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 06:34 BST
Oh I see it now. I didn't notice it until I was looking for it
6. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 06:55 BST
yeah well as Scypher said, it's not like not like really hidden lol
dpad would be nice true. but analog increases the challenge
7. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 06:58 BST
what are some other super-cool easter eggs in the super-cool 3ds?
Lots of censorship here...
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8. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:04 BST
@GuardianAcornA bunch of them can be found here:http://www.3dsfocus.com/2011/04/nintendo-3ds-easter-eggs.html
@JerryoTrue, it does add to the challenge. I just wish they would release another Game & Watch compilation with remakes, like Game and Watch Gallery 4 for the GBA. It had tons of the games, but not all of them. The remakes could be a lot more robust as well, some benefiting from 3D.
Edited on Fri 20th May, 2011 @ 07:07 by Ark
9. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:12 BST
that's really cool! are there any wii or ds easter eggs? i remember the two on gcn where you held z (i think) as it was starting up to change the sound, but i haven't heard about any on wii or ds
10. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:17 BST
well the mii games are nice. not exactly easter eggs but sweet mini games.
it is worth playing Find Mii for instance as it unlocks cool hats for your mii and there are quite a few to unlock. has anyone unlocked them all? i now have a red pikmin hat on for instance, now going for my Samus helmet!
even the collectible puzzle game is cool as it has quite a few "exclusive" images.How many have you opened yet?
i'm on the first one still, Samus Aran, spending all coins for heroes.
11. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:20 BST
yeah gamecube was an awesome console! that is what made it clear to nintendo that hardware superiority means absolutely nothing.
12. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:21 BST
@GuardianAcornThere sure are. Wii easter eggs can be found here. DS doesn't offer much in the way of easter eggs since the OS was very simple. However, when the clock is set to your birthday, you'll hear a different startup jingle and upon entering Pictochat, you'll get a birthday message. DSi has a few easter eggs though. Sit idle in the sound editor for a while and the Mario theme will begin to play. Oh, and why not post your Game & Watch score?
@JerryoI haven't unlocked all the hats, but apparently it takes two playthroughs to get them all. I only did one playthrough, so I'm still missing a lot. I have a bunch of part-finished pictures of Mario, Luigi and Bowser plus a Kirby pic. There are a lot of them. o_O
EDIT: @Below Yep, you just press A to make Mario shoot fireballs.
Edited on Fri 20th May, 2011 @ 07:31 by Ark
13. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 07:24 BST
@Scypher 0...i no has 3ds... ;-;
oh and i was already on that page. those aren't really easter eggs. isn't there a way to make mario throw fireballs when downloading something on the wii shop channel?
Edited on Fri 20th May, 2011 @ 07:27 by Lan
14. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 09:38 BST
how do you play it? nothing happens when i press buttons. i dont understand this
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15. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 11:07 BST
Move your character by using the circle pad. Soccer balls/footballs will fall from the sky and you have to position your character under the ball so it bounces back up. After you hit the ball enough, more will come and you'll have to balance tons at once. You can see your score in the background on the board. No buttons needed.
Note: It may help to have 3D on, but it's perfectly playable in 2D.
16. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 21:49 BST
@R-L-A-GeorgeIn the 3DS Sound app, when playing a song, it's one of the visualizers.@lzbirdboy"Hidden" in the sense that it doesn't punch you in the face with its obviousness. It's not on the main menu or anything.As for the record, the game keeps track of your scores in the background, so you don't have to refer to a time, jerryo. First Score: 182. This game seems to demand D-Pad support, which sadly wouldn't allow it to work in in the sound app. My accidental diagonal movements led to a lot of near-falls.
Oh, I don't even have music on it yet.
17. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 21:52 BST
I do some times and I thought... I WANT A G&W 3D
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18. Posted: Fri 20th May 2011 23:33 BST
151 second try
game doesnt make much fun to be honest^^
19. Posted: Sat 21st May 2011 00:48 BST
151 second trygame doesnt make much fun to be honest^^
Well, it's based off of the Game and Watch series, which is why. Before people had Game Boys, they were running around with these games. Each game was its own handheld, unlike the 3DS which uses cartridges. Some of these games are around 20-30 years old, so it's no wonder they look like little McDonalds toys by today's standards..
20. Posted: Sat 21st May 2011 11:04 BST
Yeah these were the typical handhelds of my generation... if you were lucky you would have one of Nintendo's duel screen game and watch. As well as a load of cheap knock off ones I was lucky enough to have the Ghosts & Goblins one and the Donkey Kong Duel Screen... kids today with their cartridge based handheld hey, they dont know how lucky they are. lol
Edited on Sat 21st May, 2011 @ 11:08 by Raptor78
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