Unboxing Easter Egg Reveals Developer’s Next Game

A bedroom with moving boxes in it

Unpacking developer Witch Beam Games recently tasked players with finding the “best Easter egg” in the game after revealing that no one had found it since its release. Now one player has actually done it, and it appears to be a cleverly hidden tease for the developer’s next game.

first shared by IGNThe eagle-eyed gamer who discovered the Easter egg is Twitter user @xGarbett, who shares a screenshot from his game that includes a television showing a pixel art rendition of what was previously thought to be a invented program called TempPoPo. The person who found the easter egg claimed that it was the next Witch Beam game, which was later confirmed by the developer’s founder, Sanatana Mishra, who simply replies with “nice one.”

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Witch Beam didn’t offer any further information on this discovery or even if it’s in development at the moment, so we’ll have to wait for an official announcement before learning more about the project. However, we can assume from the game art and the title “TemPoPo” that it could be some kind of rhythm game.

If you’ve never heard of Unpacking before, the game is essentially a puzzle game where you have to unpack multiple boxes and figure out where things actually go in these boxes. Anyone who has moved house will probably tell you how stressful it was, but Unpacking is actually praised for being a pretty relaxing experience. There are eight different levels to play through, each representing a major milestone in the character’s life, with players gradually learning more about their life and goals as they progress through the game.

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If you’re itching to unbox some boxes and want to try the game out for yourself, it’s currently available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch.

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