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Also what's the difference between Cycle and Balance? There's so many this is getting out of hand!

 

 

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What an unorganized mess, thanks for keeping it all together Sony xD 

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3 minutes ago, BlindMango said:

What an unorganized mess, thanks for keeping it all together Sony xD 

The best part is you can't even easily tell which list they are and how you access them! Aren't the Vita and PS4 lists separate even though they both say PS4 and Vita?

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2 NA/ 2EU  (PS4 and Vita have seperate lists).

 

Both are puzzle games. Balance uses math to line up values to equal an ammount. Cycle is trying to get every energy bubble to be same. There are 2-3 patterns that you mix and match to figure it out.

 

Cycle has an expoit to make it an easy platinum.

 

Balance has a solver in one of the Balance PSNP threads for an easy platinum.

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I see. I was looking at the lists and balance is at like 27% while cycle is way higher.  Crazy how many lists there are for such easy games.

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13 minutes ago, BlindMango said:

What an unorganized mess, thanks for keeping it all together Sony xD 

It really wouldn't be all that unorganized at all if we could just get the regions tied to and displayed with the lists.

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4 minutes ago, Orenn16 said:

It really wouldn't be all that unorganized at all if we could just get the regions tied to and displayed with the lists.

Yeah I noticed that. None of these lists have the region, date, or developer...

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2 hours ago, Kishnabe said:

2 NA/ 2EU  (PS4 and Vita have seperate lists).

 

Both are puzzle games. Balance uses math to line up values to equal an ammount. Cycle is trying to get every energy bubble to be same. There are 2-3 patterns that you mix and match to figure it out.

 

Cycle has an expoit to make it an easy platinum.

 

Balance has a solver in one of the Balance PSNP threads for an easy platinum.

 

How quick is Balance when you use the solver? Fast and easy enough that it's worth picking up for a few easy stacking plats?

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12 minutes ago, Dorroile said:

 

How quick is Balance when you use the solver? Fast and easy enough that it's worth picking up for a few easy stacking plats?

 

I have not done it yet. I heard it is can be done from 2-6 hours.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Kishnabe said:

2 NA/ 2EU  (PS4 and Vita have seperate lists).

 

Both are puzzle games. Balance uses math to line up values to equal an ammount. Cycle is trying to get every energy bubble to be same. There are 2-3 patterns that you mix and match to figure it out.

 

Cycle has an expoit to make it an easy platinum.

 

Balance has a solver in one of the Balance PSNP threads for an easy platinum.

 

You got a link? Thinking about buying this. Where is the solver?

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The solver needs knowledge of Java and is not easy if you don't know what youre doing, probably easier to do the game legit than learn how to use the solver. Someone clever enough could probably make a programme with a decent gui but its way past my set of skills, I can't even use the java script!

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I didn't try the java solver, I've platted it twice now and am currently downloading the UK vita version to get that one lol.

 

Once you get used to it its really not that bad.  Just get all the rows apart from one done then its a little trial and error swapping a number or two around.  Its no energy cycle thats for sure but still a nice easy chilled plat.

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