There is a new Twitter account dedicated to looking behind the falls in video games and letting you know if there is anything there. It is a valuable service for anyone who has spotted a distant waterfall in the distance, has put aside its mission to find and control behind it, only to find that it is actually just an honest waterfall.
There is a shrine behind the waterfall in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild pic.twitter.com/WTqFVfrFyCMarch 5, 2020
The account is less than a day old, but it’s already looked behind the falls to find a chest in The Witcher 3, a secret passage in Earthbound, a skull in Halo: Combat Evolved and a sanctuary in Breath of the Wild.
“Is there anything behind the waterfall?” comes from the creator of the acclaimed ‘Can you pet the dog?“Twitter account which, predictably, tells you whether or not you can pet various dogs in video games. For example, you can’t pet the dog in Final Fantasy 7, but you can kick soccer balls, which is a terrible thing to do. Like the cascading account is a great tool to avoid disappointment in video games.
Both accounts are worth more than your following in support of the coupons. Occasionally, “Can you pet the dog?” highlights lesser-known games with pleasant dog petting, such as World of Horror, which allows you to “unleash” an adorable Shiba Inu by clicking on his nose.
Although it is a very young tale, “Is there anything behind the waterfall?” has already attracted over 12,000 followers, testifying to its usefulness. Finally, you can ignore the charm of the falls everywhere knowing that this virtuous Twitter account has its back.
We took a look at best video game mates to remind everyone to pet their dog – or Pikachu – as much as possible.