Now that you know what the keys are, you're probably wondering: "where are all the secret places that I can use them?"
At least 17 easter eggs are known to be lurking within the worlds of Legacy of Time, but we can't give them all away because that would take all the fun out of it. However, here's some hints so you can get started. Good hunting!
Presto Studios' grand poobah has expressed deep regret that the production team had ever managed to get access to this old Halloween party photo.
The art director got a kick out of hiding cryptic graffiti all over the back tunnels of this game. Who thinks he was watching too much X-Files?
Our corporate bean counter complained that he wanted to be more involved in the game.
We fixed that problem real good.
One of the lead conceptual artists loved ducks. If you want to see them fly south for the winter, there's someone you can go bug about it.
HINT: once or twice is not enough ...
What's the fastest path to the other side of the earth?
Right through the middle, of course!
Yes, the staff guzzled lots of caffeinated soda to stay energized over long work days. If you're running the Mac OS X DVD-ROM, this scene has not one, but two easter eggs, the latter involving an Elvis impersonator...
The greatest treasure to behold! No key command is required to obtain this Sosiqui corn bread delicacy known as KAH-RAQKH...
HINT: It quietly appears in a remote location with an alternate pool-lock combination. Regarding the combination, what creature would you most likely feed this to?
HINT: It can be used to gain entrance to a temple in place of another hard-to-get item.
HINT: What did the Elvis impersonator tell you to put on it?
Regarding pool-lock combinations, this is not quite an easter egg per se... but if you were to hide the key to your back door, where would you put it?