Freddy Pharkas, Frontier Pharmacist

Easter eggs

Egg id: 239

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for the following reference:
- "Announcement to all! I am no longer responsible for any debt incurred by my wife Valanice, my son Alexander or my daughter Rosella. Correspondence may be sent to: K. Graham of Daventry c/o P. Patti, Washington DC" referring to King Graham of the King's Quest series and Passionate Patti from Leisure Suit Larry 3 and 5.



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Egg id: 240

There is a wanted poster for Rubenito Huante in the sheriff's office, referring to the game's character designer, Ruben Huante. Sometimes it is also a poster of Mike "Stinky" Pickhinke, Q&A lead of the game.



TAGSRuben Huante, Mike Pickhinke


Egg id: 241

When you recover the ladder from the ant pile, you'll see a couple of buzzards and Cedric from King's Quest 5 landing on the bridge. Try talking to him and touching him for some funny remarks from the narrator. Exit to the bridge and immediately return and the buzzards will have gotten the best of Cedric...



TAGSKing's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder


Egg id: 243

Press the number keys 0 to 9 for some random in-game sounds like farts and such.

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Egg id: 249

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for a reference to the old Kung Fu series with David Carradine.



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Egg id: 24

Talk to the piano player in the Golden Balls Saloon and you can select which song of the game he'll play.



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Egg id: 246

As with practically any Al Lowe game, Al put in a cameo of Sierra founder and CEO Ken Williams. In Freddy Pharkas, Ken has the role of Kenny the Kid.



TAGSKen Williams


Egg id: 247

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for a reference to "A Few Good Men".



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Egg id: 245

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for the following reference:

"Wanted! Dead or alive! For crimes of bad taste, innuendo and perversion. Albert 'The Tinkler' Lowe, alias 'The Talking Bear', alias 'Rottweiler Al', alias 'creator of the cult classic 'BOP-A-BET'. Reward: $500 dead, $15 alive", referring to game designer Al Lowe and BOP-A-BET.



TAGSAl Lowe, BOP-A-BET


Egg id: 244

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for the following reference.
- "Notice! Lost: one ferret. Brown & white, answers to the name of Daisy. Enjoys sniffing out dead bodies. If found, please return to Dr. Olympia Myklos. c/o Leyedecker Museum, New York City, NY.", referring to Laura Bow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra.



TAGSDagger of Amon Ra: A Laura Bow Mystery (The)


Egg id: 248

Check out the little papers sticking on the wall in the general store for a reference to Kit from the Knight Rider series with David Hasselhof.



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Egg id: 242

Use the shovel on the floorboards in the pharmacy. A monster will crawl from underneath the boards, saying "I'll swallow your soul!", to which Freddy replies "Come get some.". A reference to the Evil Dead movies with Bruce Campbell.



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Easter Eggs referring to Freddy Pharkas, Frontier Pharmacist

Torin's Passage (Egg id: 262)

Behind the stage curtain in the theater in Tenebrous, you can hear several performances:
- Girl in the Tower from King's Quest VI
- the Freddy Pharkas, Frontier Pharmacist theme
- the Leisure Suit Larry theme (which quickly ends with a cymbal crash and Al Lowe sputtering "B-b-b-but? Aww..." and a walk offstage)
- Cellblock Love from Leisure Suit Larry 6
- Consumite Furore, the Phantasmagoria title song
- The music from King Rupert's home in Escarpa.