This is an article about the Easter Eggs in Tomb Raider - Angel of Darkness.

What is an easter egg?[edit | edit source]

Definition from wikipedia.

While the term Easter egg has been used to mean a hidden object for some time, in reference to an Easter egg hunt, it has come to be more commonly used to mean a message, image, or feature hidden in a video game, movie, or other, usually electronic, medium. (source)

Parisian Backstreets[edit | edit source]

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In the book shop (library) is a book with a face and "RAY" on it. It is Ray Tran, one of the designers.

Margot Carvier's Apartment[edit | edit source]

To be continued.. this comes later.

Parisian Ghetto Part 1[edit | edit source]

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The two men are Hawk Manson and Ben “Smasher” Jackson. This is a reference to the cancelled game Fighting Force 3. It was developed in 2002-2003 by Core Design, at the same time when TRAOD was developed. But it was cancelled. Poor Core Design!

Cafe Metro[edit | edit source]

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On top of the poster can be seen the word "Duggan". This is a reference to Fergus "Fergy" Duggan one of the designers of Tomb Raider - Angel of Darkness.

Saint Aicard's Church[edit | edit source]

This is a well known Easter Egg. At the entrance of the Saint Aicard's Church hangs two posters with names of the names of the developers of the game. Since this sublevel is all about boxing, it was written like a boxing advertising poster.

Poster one[edit | edit source]

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More information about the developers:

  • Richard 'Rich' Morton was the lead game designer.
  • Andrea 'C' Cordella was the lead artist.
  • Matthew 'Matt' Furniss was the animator
  • Daniel 'Dan' Scott was the FX Programmer
  • Stephane Denis was the A.I. Programmer
  • Paul Field did Level Scripting

Poster two[edit | edit source]

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More information about the developers:

  • Alex 'Al' Davis did the background system
  • Duncan 'Darth' Hopkins was a PC programmer
  • Simeon 'Sim' Furniss was an artist.
  • Andrew 'Andy' Watt was a producer
  • Darren Price was an artist
  • Harold Gilani was an artist
  • Phil Chapman was an animator
  • Jerr 'Jer' O'Caroll was an animator
  • Pascal McGuire was an animator
  • James Shipley did QA

Saint Aicard's graveyard[edit | edit source]

Inside this tomb (with the blue door). You can find two squares with names on it. These are “Raymundo” and “Lilith”. My suspection is that Raymundo = Ray Tran.

It reads as follow:

  • Lileth
  • Raymundo
  • Alan
  • Carter
  • Geoff
  • Davy
  • Aidy
  • Helen?

Louvre Storm Drains[edit | edit source]

In the sewers of Paris there is an advertisement on the floor. It says: Pizza Andrea, 15% off aisdb afa afe ge

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This refers to Andrea Cordella.

Tomb Raider Angel of Darkness
Levels: Parisian Backstreets - Derelict Apartment Block - Industrial Rooftops - Margot Carvier's Apartment - Parisian Ghetto part 1 - The Serpent Rouge - Rennes' Pawnshop - Parisian Ghetto part 2 - Café Metro - Parisian Ghetto part 3 - The Willowtree Herbalist - St. Aicard's Church - St. Aicard's Graveyard - Bouchard's hideout - Louvre Storm Drains - Louvre Galleries - Archaeological Dig - Tomb of the Ancients - The Hall of Seasons - The Breath of Hades - Neptune's Hall - Sanctuary of the Flame - Wrath of the Beast - Galleries under Siege - Von Croy's Apartment - The Monstrum Crime Scene - The Strahov Fortress - Bio-Research Facility - The Sanitorium - Maximum Containment Area - Aquatic Research Area - The Vault of Trophies - Boaz Returns - The Lost Domain - Eckhardt's Lab
Documentation: Murti Schofield Original Notes
Other: Czech voices and translation - French voices and translation - List of removed things - List of levels and cutscenes - The developers team - The Obscura paintings - Tomb Raider 6 Easter Eggs
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