So we've got our Easter Eggs
, Unused models
, and Unused Elements
pages all covering a large portion of these. But this particular trivia don't really fit directly in any of these places!
US & UK
MAZE MENTION IN TOG
Oh Roofus, you see, I have been to the cinema enough and I know that.
Tokens: 2K+ Edition
In all but Fur Fighters: Viggo's Revenge, it is possible to get over 2000 Gold Tokens by collecting the Hubworld tokens as well.
Like Father, Like Son
Or like mother, like daughter, like siblings, etc. The voices for the Fur Fighter babies are actually their parent's (or brother's) voice sped up by around 30%. Take Chang, for example
The Button's Gone, That's Why
Although you can't actually enter them, the closed off elevators all share the same model inside, albeit without the button. This was likely done to save time when they were being made.
Viggo's Hidden Phrases
Outside the level boundaries, General Viggo can be found with a generic backdrop in a few levels. They're only supposed to be used for cutscenes, but if you enter it and attack the general then not only does he use his walk forward movement, he also says these words with a fantastic imitation...
Tweek's Missing Sibling
Gwynth's family portrait shows 15 babies, excluding Tweek. But in the game, there are only 14 baby dragons to rescue. What happened to Tweek's final sibling, I wonder?
The Manager at O'Quackers either has a weird sense of humor, or just didn't take a proper look at dear Juliette.
Unobtainable obtainable Pet Yums
In Temple of Gloom, there is a can of Pet Yums underneath the moulding machines. However, once you get down there, there is no way out. You need to either wait until the heat depletes your HP or, if you're using the Invulnerability cheat, exit the level.
Mysterious Elevator Button
Seen only in the original Dreamcast game, there is a strange button behind the Secret Elevator in the World Quack Centre, just underneath the 10T weight. Pressing or shooting it does nothing, and it has been removed in all future editions.
Dino Deco Level
On some NTSC copies of the game, the back cover mentions a level called 'Dino Deco'. Of course, there is no such level in the final game. It is in fact Dinotopolis' early name, as seen in the Unused Elements
In the Official Strategy Guide, as well as the game's coding, these infamous enemies are known as Shrimps. But in Dinotopolis, a building block refers to them as a Lobster. So what are you, my dear foe?
The Fluff Resurrection Fluffmatch is a parody of the ever popular film Aliens. Or at least, it is in the PC version. As will be documented shortly in the comparisons
section, the level underwent a huge remodelling and wound up being barely recognisable in Viggo's Revenge. This made the level a lot less interesting. However, on top of that, some eerie background sounds were cut from the level, making them entirely absent from Viggo's Revenge as a whole. Click here