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Easter eggs

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 in the game.

Contents

  • 1 Holidays
    • 1.1 April Fools’ Day
      • 1.1.1 2011
      • 1.1.2 2013
      • 1.1.3 2014
      • 1.1.4 2015
      • 1.1.5 2016
      • 1.1.6 2017
      • 1.1.7 2018
      • 1.1.8 2019
      • 1.1.9 2020
    • 1.2 Halloween
    • 1.3 Christmas
  • 2 Items
    • 2.1 Cake
    • 2.2 Thing banner
    • 2.3 Withers encarved
  • 3 Textures
    • 3.1 Guardian
    • 3.2 Armor stand
    • 3.3 Zombie pigman
    • 3.4 Alex
    • 3.5 Capes
    • 3.6 Other Textures
      • 3.6.1 1.12.2
        • 3.6.1.1 Mobs
        • 3.6.1.2 Others
  • 4 Languages
  • 5 Names
    • 5.1 Naming mobs
      • 5.1.1 Upside-down mobs
      • 5.1.2 Rainbow Sheep
      • 5.1.3 “Toast the Bunny”
      • 5.1.4 “Johnny”
    • 5.2 Players
      • 5.2.1 Deadmau5’s ears
      • 5.2.2 Notch’s death
  • 6 Splashes
    • 6.1 Never displayed splash
    • 6.2 Missingno Splash
    • 6.3 Notch’s Birthday
    • 6.4 Holiday splashes
    • 6.5 Coronavirus
  • 7 Removed Easter eggs
    • 7.1 Command blocks
      • 7.1.1 Searge
      • 7.1.2 Searge says
    • 7.2 Java Edition launcher
    • 7.3 Legacy Console Edition tutorial world
      • 7.3.1 Tower of Pimps
    • 7.4 Stampylonghead reference
  • 8 References to other franchises
    • 8.1 Portal
    • 8.2 Half-Life
    • 8.3 Super Mario 64
    • 8.4 Star Fox
    • 8.5 2001: A Space Odyssey
    • 8.6 Age of Empires
    • 8.7 Terraria
  • 9 Other
    • 9.1 Minceraft
    • 9.2 “Someone is closing me!”
    • 9.3 Enchanting symbols
    • 9.4 Sounds
      • 9.4.1 Disc 11
      • 9.4.2 Cave sound 14
      • 9.4.3 Crimson Forest ambience
    • 9.5 The Killer Bunny
    • 9.6 “Super Secret” settings
    • 9.7 Crash screens
    • 9.8 .minecraft
      • 9.8.1 Debug profile results
    • 9.9 Item and block NBT tags
    • 9.10 Scottish Steve and Swedish Alex
  • 10 References

Holidays [ edit ]

April Fools’ Day [ edit ]

Many joke features and updates are teased on April 1. Some of these, such as stained glass, blocks of coal and horses, eventually made their way into the official game.

2011 [ edit ]

The locked chest was a naturally generated block used as the premise of Notch’s 2011 April Fools’ Day joke. Upon attempting to open the chest, a message would appear stating that a “Steve Co. Supply Crate Key” was needed and that one could be purchased at the Minecraft store.

This concept was a reference to the Team Fortress 2‘s item drop system, where players can pick up an item while playing. One of the receivable items is called a Mann Co. Supply Crate, which required a key purchased from the 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.

Within the Minecraft store, there were many Easter eggs:

  • Clicking on the “Proceed to checkout” button triggered a screamer in which a Velociraptor from the film Jurassic Park would growl loudly and fly across the screen. Once clicked, the “Proceed” button also changed its display name to “Fiddlesticks. 1” [sic]
  • Entering items totaling over $10,000 into the cart causes a window pop-up asking if the player is prone to seizures. Clicking “OK” or “Cancel” made 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 exposing photosensitive players to the rapidly changing color flashes.
  • The script that caused the Velociraptor to appear contains a reference to the Konami Code in it:

    The Minecraft store in seizure mode.

    2013 [ edit ]

    During 2013, Mojang Studios released a pre-release for a fake future version to various YouTubers.

    2014 [ edit ]

    A post was added to Mojang Studio’s blog [1] for the joke.

    The long-nosed villagers introduced in Minecraft Beta 1.9 have become sentient. They have taken over our skin servers and content delivery networks (CDN), so, unfortunately, the player will not be able to change their skins until we fix the problem. We are desperately trying our best to pull the plugs, but we should prepare ourselves to serve under our new villager overlords. Singularity may be upon us.

    This caused all players’ current skin to be replaced with the various villager skins, and caused users to be unable to change their skins unless they modified the launcher .json file. Different career villager skins were used, including the then-unused green robe of a nitwit villager.

    In-game, villagers still acted the same, but they made different sounds. All noises were replaced with the sound effects of Element Animation’s “T.E.A.V.S.R.P” (The Element Animation Villager Sounds Resource Pack). Mojang Studios also added in-game villager music. The title screen music contains a parody of the Game of Thrones theme, due to the new series starting in early April and also because of its being included in the original trailer for “T.E.A.V.S.R.P.” Jeb also claimed the villager got his Twitter account. [2]

    Grum released the villager skins on Reddit on April 1, 2014. There were seven variants, including a base skin.

    An updated version of T.E.A.V.S.R.P., complete with the new music, was released by Element Animation on April 2, 2014.

    Soon afterward, Element Animation released this video, and the skins and the sounds were reverted to the way they were before on April 2, 2014.

    One of the villager skins (at the time, this green-robed villager was unimplemented).

    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 in the game. 1 Holidays 1.1 April Fools' Day 1.1.1 2011 1.1.2 2013…