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20 Cool Discord Easter Eggs You Should Try Out


Discord is the one-stop destination for gamers who wish to communicate while playing their favorite titles. The gaming chat app includes a ton of cool features like the ability to watch YouTube videos together with friends, install themes, make stickers in Discord, and more. With so much to do, Discord developers have hidden quirky features and easter eggs within the app in hopes to surprise users when they stumble upon them.

Now, if you found a Discord easter egg and want to read about more or are simply curious if Discord has other hidden features, you have come to the right place. Ranging from simple rickrolls to honoring nostalgic games, Discord has baked funny and cool easter eggs into its messaging app over the years. So without further ado, let’s check out the easter eggs that we discovered.

Best Hidden Discord Easter Eggs (2022)

In this guide, we have included easter eggs that are working, and you can try them yourself in Discord right now. Also, towards the end, we describe easter eggs that were once available but have since been retired. Use the table below to explore some of the coolest Discord easter eggs.

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1. Discordo

Did you know you can add a cute startup sound to the Discord app on your computer? Well, you can hear the “Discordo” sound effect every time you open the app using this easter egg.

How to enable the Discordo startup sound, you ask? You simply need to open the chat app and click the Discord logo at the top left 16 times in quick succession. You will then hear the “Discordo” sound effect. Now, close Discord and reopen it to hear the startup sound.

You can disable the sound effect by clicking the Discord logo 16 times once again. As a confirmation, you will hear the same sound as when you leave a voice channel. This easter egg only works on Discord’s desktop and web apps.

3. Error 404/ SNEK Game

The ever-popular Snake game has found its way into Discord’s list of easter eggs as well. If you access a page on Discord’s website that’s no longer accessible, you will see the “Wrong Turn?” 404 error page. This error page includes a 404 ramen shop, where you need to tap on the snake sign to the right of the shop to open the Discord SNEK game.

You can then use the arrow keys on your keyboard to control the snake and play the game. Alternatively, you can access the SNEK game by pressing the following keys on the error page – up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A (Konami Cheat Code).

4. Akuma Raging Demon

If you have ever played Street Fighter, you would have heard the name Akuma. Discord brings a fun little easter egg to its app to honor the character’s first Ultra Combo attack – Raging Demon.

To access this, you first need to open the keyboard shortcuts panel by pressing “Ctrl+/” or “Cmd+/”. Then, you need to input the following sequence –

Once you do that, the keyboard shortcuts screen will flicker, and you will see an animation similar to Akuma’s Raging Demon attack on the screen. It will end with a Chinese character that reads “Sky” or “Heaven”.

5. AMOLED Dark Theme (Mobile)

This is the single mobile-only Discord easter egg on this list, and it’s quite helpful. If you use the Discord mobile app, you would know that it supports two themes — light and dark. But the dark theme isn’t actually dark, but instead paints the app in a grey shade. Well, using this workaround, you can enable a pitch dark theme in Discord’s mobile app and save precious battery juice. Here’s how it works:

1. Open the Discord Android app and tap on your profile picture in the bottom navigation bar. Then, scroll down to open the “Appearance” settings. Here, you need to tap on “Dark” 10 times to make the new AMOLED theme option appear.

2. Next, your Discord theme will automatically turn to AMOLED mode. And you will also see a new “Experimental” AMOLED Mode toggle on the settings page. You can now enable or disable this feature at your will.

Note: This easter egg only works on the Android app. We followed the same steps on the iPhone app, but it did not reveal the AMOLED mode option.

6. Discord Dance Revolution

Remember the game Dance Dance Revolution? Discord gives a nod to this popular game by including musical note arrow keys similar to Dance Dance Revolution on the keyboard shortcuts page.

Simply use the shortcut “Ctrl+/” on Windows or “Cmd+/” on Mac to open the keyboard shortcuts page. Here, you can now press any of the four arrow keys to play musical notes within Discord. Check out a demo in the video below:

7. Take b1nzy to Space

Discord not only has easter eggs hidden within its app but has taken the memes to its documentation as well. If you are interested in how to make a Discord bot and access APIs, you would have visited the Discord developer portal. However, you would have never seen the hidden cat going to space in a rocket ship easter egg.

To reach the page where the easter egg resides, you simply need to follow this link to access the “Rate Limits” documentation. Then, scroll down to this sentence — “Note that normal route rate-limiting headers will also be sent in this response. The rate-limiting response will look something like the following:” Here, click the blue “colon” link to access the “Take b1nzy to Space” website.

This fun-looking website shows off a cat in a rocket ship traveling to space with loud music playing in the background. You can switch the songs, toggle Nyan cat mode, or use meow mode (click multiple times) to experience something exciting.

8. Wumpus Nitro Confetti

The ability to buy Discord Nitro and unlock new features certainly is a cause for celebration. But there’s an easter egg hidden here. When someone boosts a Discord server, you see a message reading, “[name] boosted the server” in the chat.

This message is then accompanied by the Nitro crystal icon, which shoots out confetti when you hover your cursor over it. Now, if you keep rubbing the crystal with your cursor, Discord’s mascot Wumpus will show up to be a part of the celebration. It appears from one of the four corners and throw some confetti. Pretty cool, right?

9. Empathy Banana/ Broken Magnifying Glass

Discord has even baked an easter egg in the “No results found” page of its gaming chat app. When you search for something in a server, it leads to no results with a magnifying glass. However, on rare occasions, Discord displays two different images with a different message instead, and they are:

  • No results found. Empathy banana is here for you.
  • We dropped the magnifying glass. Can you try searching again?

    10. Weirdly Long Username

    How do you feel about a lifeless chat app judging you for your username? Well, Discord will appear disappointed in you if you choose an absolutely ridiculous and long username, as you can see below. The “Edit” button next to your username in the settings will turn into the disapproval emote.