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Video Whizball

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Title Screen

Video Whizball

Developer: Fairchild
Publisher: Fairchild
Platform: Fairchild Channel F
Released in US: 1978

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.

Video Whizball is notable for containing one of the first Easter eggs found within a game.

Easter Egg

After playing a match to completion, both sides must have their square be destroyed by either the other player or by a red square. While both squares are destroyed, the player must go back to the menu to start a new match. The settings for the match must be set to Game 43 with a score of 67 to win.

Once this is done, the game will load the field with the words "Reid-Selth" at the center, referring to programmer Brad Reid-Selth. The name is also indestructible.

(Source: http://www.digitpress.com/eastereggs/cfvideowhizball.htm)