Civilization 3 Easter Egg - Hidden Text in Artwork

Some of the forest terrain in the graphics section has the name "amanda" hidden in it as different coloured trees.

* There are cities named "Thunderfalls" and "Mingapulco", after the administrators of the two of the more well-known fan-sites.

* On Elvis' birthday, in the Play The World expansion pack, you can have access to an "Elvis" unit via the editor.

* When you have used all the city names for a civilization, the names are then repeated with "New" tacked on as a prefix. For the Turks, instead of "New Constantinople", the name is changed to "Not Istanbul" - an homage to the They Might Be Giants song.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 02-19-2003
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Special Requirements: Civilization 3 - no modded graphics
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Coke Cola 11 writes:
I also Heard that when you run out of names for Japan when you get to Tokyo you get "Neo Tokyo" instead of "New Tokyo".
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LL writes:
Yes, the amanda thing is there, I saw it once or twice. If you want to see the two civilization websites, they are, and, I think.I found each one of these eggs quite entertaining, especaily the elvis regicide! These also work with the Conquests expansion pack.
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Will writes:
Hm, I remeber hear somewhere that neo meant new (can't remember what language though, it's also used in city names in allot of sci-fi/anime.
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