Riven Easter Egg - Wireframe Picture

1. Do all of the steps that "Spyder" gave you. (They are stated in one of these Egg Reports)
2. Go to where you make the "sub" descend into the water next to the village by the lagoon.
3. Go three or four screens toward the village (till you are looking down a ladder)
4. Then turn right.
5. Note: You Should see a Wire-Frame View of the Lagoon.
6. (This tip was passed around some Riven Message boards for a while, I take no credit for it)

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Contributed By: Scott Hoopes on 07-12-1999
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RLF writes:
Why would you "unlock" a slip-up?
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@ssKicker writes:
It's pretty cool, isn't it? Maybe it is an easter egg, or maybe it's a slip-up. I wish they had a computer section for slip-ups!!! I've found a Nit-Picking web-site about Riven, and there's loads there that you might want to see. The address is complicated, just use the search engine- look for "Nit-picking guide to Riven".
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@ssKicker writes:
No idea.
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@ssKicker writes:
I don't know, but I found a REAL slip-up in Riven! At the start of the game, you're in the cage. The cage is surrounded by concrete, so you should only be able to hear sounds that are coming from directly in front of you, because there are only bars at the front. So you can hear 'Cho' talking to you. But then you hear the Moiety Rebel OFF TO THE RIGHT firing his dart at Cho. Now how on Riven did that happen???
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Magmar writes:
The cage was in a valley-like thing. I very well could have been an echo.
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I will have to agree with Magmar. However when you were shot by the people of Riven the sound was the same decimal level. But it seems that the echo would have die down when you heard it. Plus you only heard the echo once. <>
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