Karateka could do this as well, although I guess not on all platforms.
Mentioned on Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karateka_(video_game) wrote:An Easter egg is present on the Apple II floppy disk release. Though claimed to be sold as a single-sided disk, the reverse side of the disk included a full version of the game that would be rendered upside-down on the player's monitor. According to Mechner, this was done as a joke, causing naive users to call tech support and ask why the game was upside-down. Invariably, those users would receive the reply, "take the disk out, insert it right-side up, and reboot".
You can get the B-side from here: