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- Indiana Jones reference
- Crafting Easter Eggs
- Arrow in the Knee
- How to Train Your Dragon reference
- Josie and the Pussycats reference
- Harry Potter references
- Undertale reference
- First Released: Oct 12, 2015
- Genres: Adventure
- Platforms: Mac,Xbox 360,PlayStation 3,Xbox 360 Games Store,PlayStation Network (PS3),PC,iPhone,iPad,Android,Wii U,Xbox One,PlayStation 4,Nintendo Switch
- Developer: Mojang AB,Telltale Games
- Publisher: Telltale Games
- Ratings: PEGI 12,
Indiana Jones referenceEaster Eggs
In Episode 5, when Petra asks “Cave spiders, why did it have to be cave spiders?” this is a reference to the famous “Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?” quote from Indiana Jones.
Crafting Easter EggsEaster Eggs
If you attempt to craft a stone and stick into a lever, you will be told it won’t help you in a fight and that it seems like it’s your first time crafting. You can also craft a fishing rod to disable the traps instead of a bow.
The in-game convention Endercon is a reference to the real-world MineCon, a Minecraft-focused convention.
Arrow in the KneeEaster Eggs
In Boom Town in Episode 2, Axel is hit in the knee with an arrow and Jesse can be injured in the same way. This is a reference to the popular “arrow in the knee” meme that came from a quote in Skyrim.
How to Train Your Dragon referenceEaster Eggs
The book found in Ivor’s Cottage in Episode 4, “How to Train Your Slime,” might be a reference to the series “How to Train your Dragon.”
Josie and the Pussycats referenceEaster Eggs
One of Jesse’s dialogue options when encountering the Blaze Rods in Episode 5 is to call them “Aiden and the Pussycats,” a nod to the series and movie Josie and the Pussycats.
Harry Potter referencesEaster Eggs
The Tri-Block in Episode 6 is a reference to the Tri-Wizard Tournament in the Harry Potter series.
The robots Harry and Ron in Episode 7 are most likely references to Harry and Ron from the Harry Potter series, as well.
Undertale referenceEaster Eggs
A few quotes in Episode 8 may be references to the game Undertale, especially Nell’s line, “That stare fills me with determination.”