Sometimes, Easter eggs can also refer to some 'hidden' brief cameo, like the appearance of a species with the appearance of the Children of the Green Planet and the Millennium Falcon in the prequel trilogy. Some, like the latter, are considered non-canon because they violate many aspects of Star Wars history. The numbers 1138, 327 and "I have a bad feeling about this", as well as name Tuckerizations can also be considered easter eggs.
Easter eggs in Star Wars moviesEdit
- Hip hop Yoda music video on the Revenge of the Sith DVD
- DVD Credits with bloopers on The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and the Original Trilogy Bonus Disc DVD's.
- Appearance of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial in The Phantom Menace.
Other Easter eggs in the Star Wars universeEdit
- Max the rabbit, appearing in Star Wars: Dark Forces, Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, and Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire.
- The Buick, an unlockable ship present in Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike and Star Wars: Battle for Naboo video games.
- Santa Claus, a character resembling the holiday character. Santa appears in LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (Non-canonical appearance) and his image is on the cover of Star Wars Adventure Journal 8. A member of Yoda's species dons his costume in Star Wars: X-wing and he is mentioned in Christmas in the Stars.
- In The Force Unleashed demo, the player can find the helmet of RC-1138 (Boss) on a ledge in the TIE Construction Yard level by stacking crates to access the ledge.
- In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, on Raxus Prime, Starkiller could lift an X-Wing fighter out of a pool of muck. This is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back.
- Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds contains many Easter-eggs appearing throughout the campaigns. For the full list see the game article.
- In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition on Echo Base, a pair of astromech droids can be seen fleeing from a Wampa as a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, if you activate the cheat console for the PC version, you could put in dancedancemalak, which turns Darth Malak, during the boss fight, into a dancing twi'lek, and you can dance for a few seconds. Then it ends, and you escape the Star Forge. This can also be accomplished on the Xbox version by plugging a controller into the fourth slot before entering the room Malak is in and pressing the left and right triggers combined with the Y button on both controllers.
- In the Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One DVD set, go to the chapters section and for discs 1, 2, and 4 highlight the first episode's featurete and click to the left. On disc 3, go to the chapters section and highlight the episode Trespass's featurete and click to the left.
- In Star Wars: Republic Commando, before the second barrier in the Prosecutor level, Rescue the Squad, turn right and crouch into a small tunnel. Destroy the scavenger droid and turn right. There is a lightsaber lying there, and Boss makes a comment on how it is an elegant weapon for a more civilized time, a quote made by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope to Luke Skywalker upon giving him his father's lightsaber.
- In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II one of the skins you can unlock is Guybrush Threepwood from the LucasArts Monkey Island game series.
- The Ark of the Covenant appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars as one of Wat Tambor's treasures.
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