WavesOfActivity

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  1. Anyone have thoughts on whether this would be more difficult on Vita due to the controls and screen size, or is it irrelevant?
  2. Any tips on entering the mine? I take a torch with me, but it goes out once I'm inside, and I can't seem to find a way to light anything.
  3. I would be interested in adding some different types of puzzles, as long as they were all around the similar picture concept. I picked up a Conceptis book yesterday to have something to do at work when I have breaks. Larger puzzle sizes would be fun. The only other idea I have around a game hook is to have the individual pictures be a part of a broader mosaic that you uncover. Or perhaps scenes that you bring to life and then play out in a story. Not sure how feasible any of that is.
  4. I am really glad to have a picross game on PSN. I agree with some of the others as far as trophies go that speed runs are not the trophies I prefer. Breaking out the trophies by number of puzzles completed as you progress would be fine for me. It is cool that you were able to add a platinum trophy. Beyond that, I'm just looking for more puzzles. It would be cool if someone came up with a game play concept to wrap around picross, in the same way Puzzle Quest did with match-3s, but I am not sure what that would look like or whether it has been done in other games.
  5. I'm bummed about multiple play-throughs for such a long game, but the rest look decent.
  6. Any idea what/where the 2nd ink is? I missed it at some point and have no idea where it is. Found a guide in French: http://www.psthc.fr/jeu-ps4/masquerada-songs-and-shadows-ps4/guide-trophees.htm#trophee1
  7. I created a new account after 3+ years (previously WidthOfACircle). The main reasons I did so are: I was not finishing games, instead jumping around to try the latest releases and keep earning trophies. Starting over helped me focus on a few games at a time (for now three games) and get out of the trophy chasing mentality. I was playing a lot of games out of obligation whether it was DLC or additional trophies for games that I really didn't care to play anymore: Rocket League, Gems of War, No Man's Sky, etc. I've built up a backlog of games, many of which I really have no interest in playing. Buying games on sale became as much fun as playing them. Starting over helped me wipe the slate so to speak and whittle my backlog down to the games I am really excited to play while not making as many new purchases. I could have done all of these things with my old account by practicing some self-restraint, but restarting also gave me the bonus of cleansing my profile from a lot of the lesser games that I had abandoned or looked back on and realized I played in large part, although not entirely, for trophies. Having a profile that is more in line with the games I truly enjoy helps ease the loss of the original account.
  8. I played about 5 hours on another account and actually liked it quite a bit. It's fairly challenging at times, if simple in terms of game play. If it's half off or better, you might want to check it out. However, it doesn't look like anyone has the plat on here or PSN last I checked, so I'm not sure if there is an issue with the trophies.