Seasons After Fall
|Seasons After Fall|
|Trophies||0 15 6 1|
|Platinum time||7 – 10 hours|
|Buy game from||PlayStation Store|
|List of Trophies|
Seasons After Fall is a 2D side-scrolling puzzle platformer with light Metroidvania elements. It is a very simple game in which the player cannot actually die or lose – there are no "enemies" to speak of, but rather the game's main obstacles come in the form of figuring out what to do and where to go next. As such, its trophies are very easy to obtain, especially if the player is following a guide.
The game's most unique gameplay element is the fact that the player can switch between the four seasons (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer) at will, and doing so affects the world around them, thus opening up new paths and blocking off others. For example, switching to Winter will cause lakes to freeze, so they can be walked over, and then switching to Fall will cause strong winds in certain areas, which lift up some platforms.
Step 1: Play through the gameEdit
None of the game's trophies are missable (in fact, all except for 7 of them are unmissable), and you can roam freely around the game world after completing it. So just play through the game as you like without worrying about trophies, at least until you earn the following 9 trophies:
At this point in the story, all areas of the game are unlocked and you have all abilities needed to find any secret in the game, so you can look ahead to Step 2 of the roadmap to save yourself a bit of time later on if you want to. Regardless, now go ahead and complete the rest of the game, earning you the following trophies:
Step 2: Clean-upEdit
Now go back and get any of the 7 other trophies that you potentially do not yet have. Four of these trophies are for finding a specific location (one in each of the main "Season" areas):
After you have all 4 of those (and have completed the game), you can then earn A reunion . The A bird trophy can be unlocked very quickly in the "Ancesors" sub-area of the "Winter" area (north-east of Sanctuary). Finally, the most time-consuming trophy in the game is A pretty bouquet , which requires you to find all flowers across all 11 of the game's sub-areas. See the individual trophy guides for these trophies to see how to unlock them. After you get them all, you will get your new platinum: Master of seasons .
The game consists of 4 main areas (one for each season), and a total of 11 sub-areas (excluding the central Sanctuary hub area). The following map shows the connections between these areas, and also indicates which trophies are unlocked in each area (note that some trophies are not tied to a particular area and are thus not displayed on the map):
Hand-drawn maps for each of these 11 sub-areas can be found here.
- Seasons After Fall at Wikipedia.org