the china cube is real and it just has a fairly low chance of spawning every time you start the game, and flies over the main opening area under a minute after the game starts. the audio clip on top of the cubes is not triggered by mashing on keys in any way, it just happens after you stand there for a long enough period.
go through the blue mouth, and then back up and go into it again after it teleports you to the museum
That’s a pretty good run down of the easter eggs in the game. The China Cube and the Other Massive Easter Egg Nobody Will Ever Find are both random chance things, so don’t worry too much about finding them unless you love restarting the game over and over.
It makes it so that the mouse doesn’t leave the window if you play in windowed mode.
I bet you prolly play fullscreen.
So it’s understandable.
What I’m more answering this for is to say thanks for playing it ‘since it came out’. That’s great. You’re great. Maybe you’ll find the last secret nobody else has found!
just so everyone knows, i’m not dead! but i have a job now, so I am spending a lot of time at work and then when I get home I usually want to relax, so progress has been slow on anything unity-related.
there is always a nagging feeling in the back of my head that I want to keep working on my games, though, and the time WILL come when you see a new release from me. I have things broiling that I think will be really.