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These are a list of references and Easter eggs that can be found in [[60 Parsecs!]]
 
These are a list of references and Easter eggs that can be found in [[60 Parsecs!]]
 
==[[60 Seconds!]]==
 
==[[60 Seconds!]]==
In the throwing a party event, the [[Gas Mask]] or [[Sock Puppet]] can be used as a "guest" for the party, it's mentioned by the main computer that the Captain called the "guest" Ted, Dolores, Mary Jane or Timmy, the names of the main characters in 60 Seconds.
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In the throwing a party event, the [[Gas Mask]] or [[Sock Puppet]] can be used as a "guest" for the party, it's mentioned by the main computer that the Captain called the "guest" Ted, Dolores, Mary Jane or Timmy, the first names of the McDoodle family in 60 Seconds.
 
== Y, The Last Man ==
 
== Y, The Last Man ==
 
The name of [[Maegan Mann]] is a nod to the character Allison Mann from the comic book series Y, The Last Man.<ref>@RadekSmektala 10:19 AM · Jan 4, 2018 https://twitter.com/RadekSmektala/status/948937004145889280 </ref>
 
The name of [[Maegan Mann]] is a nod to the character Allison Mann from the comic book series Y, The Last Man.<ref>@RadekSmektala 10:19 AM · Jan 4, 2018 https://twitter.com/RadekSmektala/status/948937004145889280 </ref>
 
==Back to the Future==
 
==Back to the Future==
The player can encounter an event where a blue print is found for a device called the 'flux capacitor,' the player has the choice to assemble it or not, if denied, The main computer mentions that the only person to successfully build one is "a scientist living in a small mountain town in California, unsure which year." This is a reference to the device of the same name and the inventor of the flux capacitor, Dr. Emmet Brown in the Back to the Future series, Dr. Emmet Brown being one of the main characters in the series and living in the town of Hill Valley, California. The "unsure which year" part refers his to his constant time traveling throughout the series.
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The player can encounter an event where a blue print is found for a device called the 'flux capacitor,' the player has the choice to assemble it, if denied, the main computer mentions the only person to successfully build one is "a scientist living in a small mountain town in California, unsure which year." This is a reference to the device of the same name and the inventor of the flux capacitor, Dr. Emmet Brown from the Back to the Future series. In the Back to the Future films, Dr. Emmet Brown is a scientist who invented the flux capacitor, a device that makes time-traveling possible, it's the main component in the DeLoreon time machine. Hill Valley, California is where Dr. Emmet Brown resides. The "unsure which year" line the main computer says refers to Dr. Emmet Brown's constant time-traveling throughout the series.
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==Wreck-It Ralph==
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The achievement for repairing 10 items is called 'Fix-It Felix.' This is a reference to Fix-It Felix Jr., the tritagonist of the film Wreck-It Ralph and the protagonist of the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr. in the film. In the film and game, he is a handyman.
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
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Revision as of 06:57, 19 April 2021

These are a list of references and Easter eggs that can be found in 60 Parsecs!

60 Seconds!

In the throwing a party event, the Gas Mask or Sock Puppet can be used as a "guest" for the party, it's mentioned by the main computer that the Captain called the "guest" Ted, Dolores, Mary Jane or Timmy, the first names of the McDoodle family in 60 Seconds.

Y, The Last Man

The name of Maegan Mann is a nod to the character Allison Mann from the comic book series Y, The Last Man.[1]

Back to the Future

The player can encounter an event where a blue print is found for a device called the 'flux capacitor,' the player has the choice to assemble it, if denied, the main computer mentions the only person to successfully build one is "a scientist living in a small mountain town in California, unsure which year." This is a reference to the device of the same name and the inventor of the flux capacitor, Dr. Emmet Brown from the Back to the Future series. In the Back to the Future films, Dr. Emmet Brown is a scientist who invented the flux capacitor, a device that makes time-traveling possible, it's the main component in the DeLoreon time machine. Hill Valley, California is where Dr. Emmet Brown resides. The "unsure which year" line the main computer says refers to Dr. Emmet Brown's constant time-traveling throughout the series.

Wreck-It Ralph

The achievement for repairing 10 items is called 'Fix-It Felix.' This is a reference to Fix-It Felix Jr., the tritagonist of the film Wreck-It Ralph and the protagonist of the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr. in the film. In the film and game, he is a handyman.

Sources

  1. @RadekSmektala 10:19 AM · Jan 4, 2018 https://twitter.com/RadekSmektala/status/948937004145889280
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