Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge

Easter eggs

Easter Eggs in Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge

Egg id: 79

After the crash landing, when you try to "f**k dead body", it tells you you're a twisted mofo and that only Mark Crowe (the game's artist and co-designer) would try such a thing.

TAGSMark Crowe

Egg id: 80

The kissing alien in Vohaul's asteroid is the alien from Ripley Scott's "Alien".

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Egg id: 81

ED-201 from the RoboCop-movies can be seen in Vohaul's asteroid. He's the thing chasing you away from the escape pods - however, he has been renamed "Vohaul MarrowMatic".

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Egg id: 82

While playing, type CHEAT and press return. This brings you to an alternate "THE END" screen with 255 out of 250 points.

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Egg id: 83

Read the wall in Vohaul's toilet to find sentences such as "King Graham cross dresses", in reference to the King's Quest series. There is also a reference to Al Lowe and Ken Williams.

TAGSAl Lowe, Ken Williams

Egg id: 84

When Roger is caught in the hunters snare on Labion, he dreams he is Leisure Suit Larry.

TAGSLeisure Suit Larry I: In the Land of the Lounge Lizards

Egg id: 8

When you try to "get condom" from Roger's locker on the Xenon spaceship, you get this feedback.

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Easter Eggs referring to Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge

Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of Pulsating Pectorals (Egg id: 316)

At the Sierra studio, Larry and Patti walk into a scene of Space Quest 2.

Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of Pulsating Pectorals (Egg id: 317)

At the Sierra studio, Larry and Patti walk into a prop room with many game references:
- The Black Cauldron
- King's Quest 4
- The taxi of Leisure Suit Larry 1
- The insurance agents of Space Quest 2
- targets of Police Quest 1
- Clothes of Manhunter: New York
- The "M" from Monolith Burger in Space Quest 3.

Police Quest II: The Vengeance (Egg id: 423)

One of the directory's of the computer in homicide office is called Sierra. Access it to see files for King's Quest 1 through 4, Silpheed, Manhunter, Thexder, Gold Rush, Mother Goose, Space Quest 1 through 3, and Leisure Suit Larry 1 and 2. Selecting any of the titles will give a short description of the selected game.

King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella (Egg id: 61)

While in the whale's mouth, take the bottle, get the note and read it several times for references to various Sierra games. The references are:
- Help! The girls in "Leisure-Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards" are mighty uncooperative. Give me some help here, guys!
- I see a beautiful mermaid in "King's Quest II," but she won't help me! Tell me what to do!
- Anybody out there! I had a condor drop this bottle in the nearest ocean to beg for help with "King's Quest I." Help me fight this fire-breathing dragon!
- Help! I'm about to get blasted by evil Sariens in "Space Quest!" Anybody have a handy ray gun out there?!
- Sludge Vohaul is holding me prisoner in "Space Quest II!" Help me out of this jam!
- Drug dealers are terrorizing the city of Lytton! I need a partner to help put away these bad guys in "Police Quest!"
- Hey, I need help here! The wicked Horned King has had me thrown into his dungeon! If I don't get out of here, then evil will rule the world in "The Black Cauldron!"
- Help me! I'm lost at sea in "King's Quest III!" I'm with a bunch of nasty pirates who want to feed me to the sharks! If you can, come quick!
- I'm a little kid, and my name's Tommy. I'm having trouble with Old King Cole and Humpty Dumpty in "Mixed-Up Mother Goose!" Come and help me!
- Oh, no! Help me!! I'm stranded on an airplane with a guy named Ken, being chased by the KGB and an evil army of henchettes, former church secretaries, game show hostesses, and bimbos. Buy "Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking For Love (in Several Wrong Places.)"