Harry Potter Easter Eggs You Probably Didn’t Notice In Your Android Device
Harry Potter Easter Eggs You Probably Didn't Notice In Your Android Device
Android Harry Potter Easter Eggs
If you’re a Harry Potter fan on your Android device, there are plenty of Easter eggs to find. Here are a few we found:
– In the App Store, type “Hogwarts Mystery” and it will suggest “The Chamber of Secrets.” Tap it and you’ll be taken to a special scene from the movie.
– In the Google Play Store, type “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” and you’ll get an Easter egg with a magical map of Hogsmeade. Tap it to see more details.
– If you open up the Settings app and tap “Display,” you can change the font size for text and icons. Try out various sizes until you find one that’s comfortable for reading.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
There are a ton of Harry Potter Easter eggs in the Android version of the Goblet of Fire movie. Here are a few that we’ve found:
1. When Ron says, “Who’s going to give us a hand with these cups?” Dumbledore’s voice can be heard replying, “I will, Ronald.” This is a reference to Dumbledore’s line in the book when he tells Harry to take care of his own cup: “Take care of Harry’s cup, Ronald.”
2. When Hagrid is being arrested, you can see his antennae twitching. This is a reference to the scene in which Professor Quirrell is trying to turn Hagrid into a monster and Hagrid starts to twitch.
3. When Harry first sees the Mirror of Erised, Draco Malfoy says, “The mirror doesn’t show what you want it to show.” This is likely a reference to Dumbledore’s statement about the Mirror in the book: “What you see is what you get.”
4. The three Weasley siblings are all represented in some way in the movie: Fred is seen buying tickets at the Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes shop and George is seen dueling Draco Malfoy on platform
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
There are plenty of Easter eggs in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix that you might not have noticed if you’re using an Android device. Here are five of the coolest ones:
1. When you first enter the Ministry of Magic, there’s a poster for The Quibbler on the wall to your right. This poster has a hidden message that reads “Mugglenet: The Journal of Experimental Magicks.” If you activate the hidden Muggle-Wizarding wireless network, you’ll be able to access a website that features a variety of magical items and spells.
2. During Ron’s trial, you can see a poster for Fawkes the Phoenix on the wall behind Hermione. This poster has a hidden message that reads “The better to light the way, my son.” If you tap on it, you’ll be able to read a history of Fawkes.
3. In the Department of Mysteries, there’s a poster for Veritaserum on the wall next to Professor Umbridge’s office. If you tap on it, you’ll be able to play a game where you have to answer questions about Harry’s adventures.
4. When Harry and Dumbledore are discussing Voldemort
There are a few Harry Potter Easter eggs in the Android version of the Order of the Phoenix.
– When you first start the game, Dumbledore is talking to Harry about his scar. If you tap on Harry’s earlobe, he will say “It’s a lie, of course it is.” This is a reference to the line in the book where Dumbledore says “It was only a little lie. A very small one.”
– If you go to Professor Umbridge’s office and zoom in close enough, you can see a sticker that says “I must not tell lies.” This is a reference to Dolores Umbridge’s motto in the book.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
If you’re like many Harry Potter fans, you probably found some Easter eggs in the latest installment of the series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Here are 10 that you may have missed:
1. In the scene where Dumbledore is explaining how to perform a Patronus Charm, he says “And with your left hand touch your heart.” If you look closely, you’ll see that Hermione is doing something similar with her right hand.
2. When Ron is trying on Hermione’s clothes in Madam Malkin’s, you can see a small replica of the Mirror of Erised on the back of his shirt.
3. When Draco Malfoy arrives at the Ministry of Magic for his trial, you can see a sign for the Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes shop in the background.
4. When Draco first appears in the Room of Requirement, there’s a poster for Quidditch Through The Ages hanging on one of the walls.
5. There are several references to other Harry Potter books and movies in Half-Blood Prince. For example, when Ron and Hermione are discussing who played Hedwig in the film series, Ron says “I forget – was it Michael
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, chances are you’ve seen all the movies and read all the books. If you’re an Android device user, there’s a good chance you’ve had a lot of fun finding all the hidden Easter eggs in the apps and games available on Google Play.
One of the most iconic Easter eggs in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 is the Dumbledore duel scene. If you watch the scene where Dumbledore duels against Voldemort, you’ll see that he casts a spell that looks a lot like an emergency stop sign.
Android users can also find references to other Harry Potter characters throughout the Google Play app store. For example, if you type “Hagrid” into the search bar on Google Play, you’ll get results for several different apps and games that include Hagrid as a character.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, you’ll no doubt be familiar with the various easter eggs and references that were included in the seventh and final installment of the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
Here are some of the more obscure references that you may have missed:
-The house elf Dobby wears an “I heart Hogwarts” shirt in one scene. This is a reference to a T-shirt that was released in 2007, shortly before the release of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 movie. The shirt was designed by J.K. Rowling and features an image of Dobby wearing a Gryffindor house hat.
-During the Battle of Hogwarts, Dumbledore uses an Unforgivable Curses on several Death Eaters. This is a reference to characters in the book who are able to use advanced magic that is not approved by the Ministry of Magic. One such spell is called “Avada Kedavra,” which kills instantly.
-In addition to allusions to famous scenes from the books, Part 1 includes two brand new scenes that were not in any of the previous movies. The first scene
Easter eggs are hidden references or jokes in movies, books, or other works of art.
One of the biggest Harry Potter fans out there is probably you. So, to celebrate the release of the seventh and final movie in the series, we’ve compiled a list of all the Easter eggs in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you’re likely familiar with the Easter eggs that were hidden in the Android version of the game. Some of these Easter eggs are more difficult to find than others, but they’re all worth checking out if you have an Android device.
One Easter egg that’s easy to find is the Dumbledore figure. This figure can be found in the first scene after entering Hogsmeade on your iOS or Android device. Simply walk across the bridge and look down at the water below. You’ll see Dumbledore looking up at you from below.
Another Easter egg is located in Godric’s Hollow. After completing part 1 of the game and escaping from Gringotts, head to Godric’s Hollow and enter the home on the right side of the street. Inside, you’ll find a hidden room with a statue of Galleons inside it. Play “The Golden Egg” audio file to unlock this statue and obtain some extra gold coins.
Finally, there’s an Easter egg located in The Elder Wand. In order to obtain The Elder Wand, you must defeat Voldemort three times in a row while he’s vulnerable – which is during his final battle in Hogwarts. To see this
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If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, you might have spotted some Easter eggs in the Android version of the game. Here are a few that you may not have noticed:
– In Godric’s Hollow, there is a sign that reads “No Muggles Allowed.” This is a reference to the wizarding world’s segregation laws, which prohibit non-magical people from entering the wizarding world.
– During the fight against Voldemort at Hogwarts, you can find a portrait of Dumbledore with his eyes closed. This is a reference to Dumbledore’s death in the seventh book.
– In Hogsmeade, there is a shop called The Three Broomsticks that sells magical products. The name is a reference to the storybook character Scabbers, who was found by Harry and Hermione inside The Burrow one Christmas.