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Collectible Guide

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I am in the process of making a collectible guide for this game.  I was sorting it by curtain, so people could get everything from a level in as few tries as possible.  I have started in a google doc format, but when I am done, if people wanted it, I could move it to a guide format here.

 

If anyone wants to have any input, let me know what they think about how I am doing it.  I am open to suggestions.  I currently have only the first act populated.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lGF1gb-WMrnlOItLPDMa6XlT0pBlcrbMtAa5WdkeAys/edit?usp=sharing

 

This link is a complete guide, for anyone who wants to use it while I sort through formatting it for this site.

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would you consider adding it to the guide system afterwards? that could be pretty cool :)

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would you consider adding it to the guide system afterwards? that could be pretty cool :)

Ya, when I am done it, if people wanted it, I would gladly move it to the guide system here.  It is not a full trophy guide, it is formatted more for the collectibles.

 

PS. I love Calvin and Hobbes :)

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I think you can make a collectible guide here. When choosing to create a guide, select the "gameplay guide" option rather than the "trophy guide" option.

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what stricken said :) it was why I asked the question as I think many would appreciate it

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I can do that then :).  How does the formatting work?  Would I need to finish the guide before I can post it here, or can I post it as I go along?

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I can do that then :).  How does the formatting work?  Would I need to finish the guide before I can post it here, or can I post it as I go along?

You can edit it as you go along, but you need to finish it before you Publish it.

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yeah, have a go. Sly has made a great UI for guide editing/creating.

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I am in the process of making a collectible guide for this game.  I was sorting it by curtain, so people could get everything from a level in as few tries as possible.  I have started in a google doc format, but when I am done, if people wanted it, I could move it to a guide format here.

 

If anyone wants to have any input, let me know what they think about how I am doing it.  I am open to suggestions.  I currently have only the first act populated.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lGF1gb-WMrnlOItLPDMa6XlT0pBlcrbMtAa5WdkeAys/edit?usp=sharing

Great work so far. Can't wait until its done. Guess i'll have to wait to start the game now.

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Very well done so far and nicely detailed on what you have to do I would highly reccomend you upload the guide to the site its helping me out greatly especially with fugitives sparkles and head actions

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Please keep up the good work! Thanks to your guide I managed 100% on the 1st curtain! Can't wait for the others!

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There isnt one list or video showing all the collectables at the same time that i have seen.

 

So there was a lot of replaying curtains for certain collectables when i played it.

 

This will help people out immensely when going for the plat.

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Just to let everyone know.  I stopped writing the guide on the google drive format, and will be uploading it to this site under guides.  I planed to have it done by the end of the weekend, but some things came up so I may be a little delayed, but I will keep everyone updated here.

 

Last night I managed to finish Act 2.

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I subbed for some beach volleyball games last night, so I only had time to finish the first two curtains of act 3.  I should get more done tonight.

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If you want I can give you links to some videos I found being very helpful. But is a good idea to create this collectible guide. If you, or anyone else, needs help with the other collectibles after curtain III (when I watched the doc file it was until curtain III) here are the videos in the links below.

 

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm21826643 --> The Woden Shoe Drops video guide

 

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm21831159 --> Spartakular video guide

 

But first you need to registry. Just translate the website from Japanese to English and you will understand what it says in that part.

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If you want I can give you links to some videos I found being very helpful. But is a good idea to create this collectible guide. If you, or anyone else, needs help with the other collectibles after curtain III (when I watched the doc file it was until curtain III) here are the videos in the links below.

 

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm21826643 --> The Woden Shoe Drops video guide

 

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm21831159 --> Spartakular video guide

 

But first you need to registry. Just translate the website from Japanese to English and you will understand what it says in that part.

 

Thanks for the videos, I am sure they will help some people :).

 

This is my favourite kind of game though, so I am happy looking for all these collectibles on my own :).  In my mind, Puppeteer has a near perfect trophy list, its all about finding what is hidden around, with little to no grinding needed (other than the player 2 stuff because I was playing alone)

 

 

EDIT:  I am having some major problems formatting this guide into an acceptable format for this site, so I have provided finished the guide on docs and you can use that in the meantime.  It is a bit of a mess, but it is all there.

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Because this site doesn't offer any "checklist" to save your progress of collecting each collectible, I just decided I couldn't stand it anymore and wrote a script in javascript that adds two check boxes to each row in each table list. One for "done" and one for "maybe done". To save the progress, you gotta click on the "save" button at the bottom of the page.

// ==UserScript==
// @name         Puppeteer Collectible Checkboxes
// @namespace    PSNPPuppeteer
// @version      0.51
// @description  checkboxes for collectible guide
// @author       MMDE
// @match        https://psnprofiles.com/guide/964*
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==

function saving_checkboxes(){
	var i, str="", inputs = document.getElementById('puppeteer_checkboxes').
		getElementsByTagName('input');
	if(0<inputs.length){
		for(i=0; i<inputs.length-1; i++){
			str += (inputs[i].checked?'1':'0');
		}
		localStorage.setItem('pcb', str);
		alert("saved");
	}
}
//localStorage.removeItem('pcb');
//console.log(localStorage.getItem('pcb'));
var pcb = localStorage.getItem('pcb');
var div = document.getElementsByClassName('content large')[0];
var parent = div.parentElement;
var form = document.createElement('form');
form.id = "puppeteer_checkboxes";
parent.replaceChild(form, div);
form.appendChild(div);
var button = document.createElement('input');
button.type = 'button';
button.value = 'save';
div.appendChild(button);
button.addEventListener('click', saving_checkboxes, true);
var i, j, k = 0, trs, ts = document.getElementsByTagName('table');
for(i=0; i<ts.length-2; i++){
	trs = ts[i].getElementsByTagName('tr');
	for(j=1; j<trs.length; j++){
		trs[j].firstChild.nextSibling.innerHTML +=
		'<br /><input type="checkbox"'+
		((pcb!==null && pcb[k++]==1)?' checked="checked"':'') +
		' /><br><input type="checkbox"' +
		((pcb!==null && pcb[k++]==1)?' checked="checked"':'') + ' />';
	}
}

To use it, you need a plug-in like greasemonkey or tampermonkey, which allow you to run javascript after the site has loaded.

 

What this script does is add a form, some checkboxes and a button. When you press the button, it goes through your check boxes and saves the checked boxes as either 0 or 1 in a long string dependent on if they are checked or not. This is saved in "localStorage", which is a new thing in HTML5. It's a bit like cookies. It shouldn't get deleted unless you clear cache or something. This data is of course used when you load the page again to populate if the checkboxes are checked or not.

 

Hopefully this comes in handy for someone else than just me.

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