Mortal Kombat, the game from 1992, had hidden a secret menu from us all until late in 2015. Now that's some pretty subtle secret-keeping skills for a series so utterly lacking in subtlety.
It's a developer menu present on Mortal Kombat, as well as its sequels Mortal Kombat 2, 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, accessed on the arcade versions by inputting a sequence of button presses.
The long-hidden dev menus allows such fun things as checking the arcade machine is running all nice and funky-like, a 'hello' shout-out screen and the ability to watch each and every character's ending at the push of a button.
I likely would have crawled over broken glass for that last option back in the day, but then I was an MK fanboy.
Anyway, here's a video for your perusal:
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But it's all pretty cool – and surprisingly exciting – to see a game from almost 25 years ago having secrets to bear. And the community digging through these things thinks there are still secrets to come.
But is there any pizza? Hmm? Any Mortal Kombat pizza? No? Oh.