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Snap + Slide 15 Piece Prize trophy in Welcome Park (Vita)

Snap + Slide 15 Piece Prize

Complete a Snap + Slide puzzle with 15 pieces in 50 seconds or under.

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How to unlock the Snap + Slide 15 Piece Prize trophy

  • DaftmouseDaftmouse
    27 Jan 2014 27 Jan 2014
    My best advice is to draw yourself a numbered grid and line up the photo so each square is numbered properly, otherwise just practice and hope for an easily solved puzzle.
    Getting lucky on how the game shuffles the puzzle can be pretty important, I was consistently getting 1:10 to 1:20 but when I finally got the trophy my time was 33sec just because it was poorly shuffled.

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    AllgorhythmGreat approach as I said when I first go started on an easier puzzle. TrueTrophies doesn't let me vote on a solution where I have posted a guide. However, I did give you a thumbs up on your other solutions.
    Posted by Allgorhythm On 02 Apr 14 at 20:39
    v_SullyUse this grid:
    Posted by v_Sully On 28 Mar 18 at 00:27
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  • MegaPiepMegaPiep
    04 Feb 2015 05 Feb 2015
    The guides from Daftmouse and Allgorhythm are great, I just wan't to share my grid:

    Send me a message when the image is offline, to that I can reupload it.
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    RavensRuin+1 appreciate the pic. should really help when i attempt this.
    Posted by RavensRuin On 20 Feb 15 at 05:15

    Way easier to just google search a 4x4 grid numbered 1-16 like this:
    Posted by v_Sully On 28 Mar 18 at 00:26
  • AllgorhythmAllgorhythm
    02 Apr 2014 02 Apr 2014
    Naturally, a big thumbs up to Daftmouse. I used his approach except that I used a unique color scheme for each column and numbered each column down from 1 to 4. I also made sure that the topmost left corner was very unique so I could identify it immediately when starting to solve.

    As Daftmouse said, a lot depends on luck of the draw. I recommend making that part of your strategy. Instead of trying to solve each problem on its own merits, come up with a technique of how you want to solve the puzzle. For example, I wanted to solve the puzzle working each row top to bottom starting with the leftmost row and moving right. That makes sense because the empty square is the bottom right square. Then, you just keep resetting the board until luck aligns with your approach.

    Because of my approach, it was important to identify the first piece--the top left corner. That's why I made it unique so it would stand out. It's important to realize when pieces will warp to the other side. This occurs when the border shimmers like a rainbow. At the beginning of the game the left and right sides of the puzzle will shimmer meaning you can warp the rows horizontally. After a short while, the tops and bottoms will warp meaning you can warp the columns vertically.

    A good luck based setup is when you can quickly establish the first column by either relying on one or more pieces to be in place to begin with or for the pieces to be in different rows in the right order. This doesn't happen as rarely as you might expect. If you get a bad setup just touch the folder icon on the bottom left corner of the screen and choose the 'play again' option. That way you can quickly dispense with setups not to your liking.

    The point is to use a strategy you're comfortable with. With me, it was to use horizontal warping to get the first column sequenced correctly and then, when warping shifts from horizontal to vertical, to align it correctly. For example, if you get 3 on the first row, 4 on the second row, 1 on the third row, and 2 on the fourth row; they are sequenced correctly but you have to warp two spaces vertically to get 1 on the first row. All the other pieces will then align correctly.

    With a good head start, you can work the next two columns a little more deliberately. With me, the second column was a unique color and the pieces were numbered 1 through four top to bottom. Ideally, your empty space is in one of the two middle columns. An easy way to place pieces correctly in sequence is to put the piece you're trying to position in the third column. Then, position the empty space where you want the piece to go in the second column. You then use the vertical warp on the third column to get the piece on the correct row and slide it to the left into its slot.

    This is easier than it sounds especially because we are counting on luck. As before, if we don't like the setup, we'll exit by touching the bottom left icon and selecting 'play over'.

    If you're able to take care of the first two columns with a mixture of luck and skill, the last two columns are relatively simple because the multitude of choices have narrowed considerably. You'll be able to spot immediately whether the pieces are arranged in your favor or not. If the former, go after your trophy. If the latter, try again.

    If you rely on a luck based approach, the trophy requires more patience than skill. Don't play the board. Wait for the board to align itself to your preferred approach. Under normal circumstances, a time of 50 seconds is unrealistic. Even with luck, such a time is unrealistic. However, if you have a predetermined approach and you wait for the stars or pieces to align, beating 50 seconds is readily attainable. Occasionally, you'll hit the jackpot and will solve it in less than 30 seconds.
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