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[Event has not started. It will begin tomorrow morning, April 20!]
Hi, guys! We have something planned for you this Easter weekend. It occurred to us that the small April Fools prank we pulled on some 500 or so of you was very fun, so we want to continue the holiday tradition.
Welcome to GBA4iOSkins’ first ever Easter Egg Hunt event!
We’re announcing it a day early because it isn’t something that too many of you expect from a controller skins site like us, but know that we have really enjoyed planning it for the past week. This will involve a classical egg hunt competition and it’s very easy to participate!
Today the site has been flooded by random eggs with predetermined logos on them on specific skin download pages. You can see for yourself by going here right now. These eggs are “Single” eggs. They only contain one logo from GBA4iOSkins, GBA4iOS and Start3rs. This isn’t gonna about about one person finding the most random eggs, there is only one kind of egg we are interested in you finding, we call them “Master” eggs. Unlike the Single eggs, the Master eggs have all three logos in one!
Tommorrow morning (Easter Day), these Master eggs will appear at random throughout the site. It is up to you to find 10 Master eggs on 10 different skin download pages. This will be the competition, but what of prizes?
The person that collects and emails us all 10 Master egg locations (read rules first!) will win a chance at working with me, Dario Sepulveda (@mithical), at creating your very own skin. It can be a skin you’ve been requesting for a while now that never came, it can be a logo, or it can be a brand or YouTube account - as long as it’s reasonable and it’s permissible under copyright laws!
It’s pretty amazing what go.com, which you’d think would be a key web domain — especially since it’s owned by Disney — resolves to. A completely broken, janky website that looks like it’s straight out of the 1990s.
Complete with dozens of little blue links, awful banner ads, broken images, and auto-playing tiny video ads.