King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne

Easter eggs

Egg id: 1

Read the note behind the right-most tree in the screen north-east of where Neptune's trident is found. The note advertises Space Quest 1 and King's Quest 3.



TAGSSpace Quest I: The Sarien Encounter, King's Quest III: To Heir is Human


Egg id: 55

Look in the hole in the rock at the cave entrance in the high land to see the trailer of Space Quest 1




TAGSSpace Quest I: The Sarien Encounter


Egg id: 54

Sometimes when arriving at Hagatha's cave, she comes driving out with a Bat Mobil.



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Easter Eggs referring to King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne

King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow (Egg id: 5)

In the pawnshop, look at the items on the shelf next to the bear. You will find:
- "a hull-hole detector for finding those hard-to-spot holes in small sailboats", referring to the sailboat in King's Quest V.
- "cat-cookie mix.", referring to King's Quest III.
- "a golden bridle finder, for those nearly-invisible golden bridles", referring to King's Quest IV.
- "self-adhesive emeralds, what you use when you don't have honey", referring to King's Quest V.
- "tongue climbing gear, testd on over one hundred whale tongues", referring to King's Quest IV.
- "a uvula tickler", again referring to King's Quest IV.
- a Cheese hook, for retrieving cheese out of small holes", referring to King's Quest V.
- "a shovel that's guaranteed not to break for over one-hundred grave diggings", referring to King's Quest IV.
- "a bridge repair kit, for when you've crossed a bridge one too many times", referring to King's Quest II.
- "stair traction pads: stop slipping off those narrow staircases", referring to multiple previous King's Quest games.



Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter (Egg id: 74)

- When you talk to one of the guards at the Deltaur, he will eventually ask you if you've played King's Quest II (which gets you points). The player also asks him if he played King's Quest 3, which he confirms to have bought for 128,000 buckazoids. The guard also names his favorite massacre: "The Daventry Rout".