Splinter Cell In many levels of 10,000 Lums Under the Sea players are attacked by toads wearing stealth camo and touting familiar tri-lens goggles used for nightvision. These outfits and the distinct sound of the nightvision being activated on is a reference to Ubisoft's Splinter Cell franchise.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day In Lucha Libre Get Away, the large crazed wrestler falls into a pit of lava upon reaching the end of the level. Just before his hand goes under he give a thumbs up, a reference to the T-800's demise at the end of the film.
Black Betty Actions performed by the player and enemies during the level Castle Rock result in performing the 1977 tune "Black Betty" as performed by Ram Jam.
Woo-Hoo The music level Gloo Gloo is a reference to the 1996 song "Woo-Hoo" by The 188.8.131.52's, a song used in the Kill Bill movie and in recent Vonage commercials.
Eye of the Tiger The music level Mariachi Madness is a reference to the 1982 song "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor with a unique mariachi fanfare. This song is most known for its use in the Rocky III movie.
Ocean's Twelve In the last room of the Mansion of the Deep level players must proceed through a laser grid in order to finish the level. The music playing and theme of the room bare a striking resemblance to the scene in the Ocean's 12 movie, where the Night Fox dances through a laser grid in order to steal an egg from a museum.