you can read out that little quest here); but alas it does not. Enough preamble though - here's the hidden video (click 'continue reading' if on the main page):
I also tried this with some other internet browser discs but Dreamkey 1.0 appears to be the only one with a hidden video accessed in this manner. That said, who knows what other little Easter eggs may be hidden in plain sight on these browser discs? While messing around with Dreamkey 3.0 I did notice a familiar name in the special thanks section of the on-disc manual, and also some rather familiar icons make up the screensaver so who knows what else is lurking? (Edit - bottom of article)
|Sonic is well known for his UX work.|
|Single analogue hell!|
|Remind you of anything? Cough *Windows 95* Cough!|
Update: Thanks to Rich Lloyd, a member of the original Dreamcast team at Sega Europe (he's also credited in the Dreamkey video above!) I'm now aware of even more cool stuff buried on the Dreamkey 3.0 disc. By typing a certain string into the url address box (file:/dsample/index.html), you can access all kinds of weird things. Dancing babies, Flash files, 3D models of ghosts...all sorts:
Imgur post for more details.