Monday, April 13, 2009
If you've never heard the term before, an "easter egg" is a hidden feature, message, or joke in a computer program put there by the programmer for fun. They really serve no practical purpose other than to make the user smile.
Sonic Charge, makers of Microtonic and SynPlant, took that a bit further, as you can see from the screenshot above, when they temporarily replaced the usual blue trigger indicators in Microtonic with colorful easter eggs.
What other easter eggs have you found in software you own?