Jacob Jones on PS Vita: Four Tips for Exploring Camp Eagle Feather
Lucid Games Founder Nick Davies shared four tips below for exploring Camp Eagle Feather in Jacob Jones on PS Vita today.
To quote: Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery is a 3D puzzle adventure game for PS Vita, following the adventures of Jacob Jones and his mythical Bigfoot friend as they try to solve the mystery of Camp Eagle Feather.
The game is full of ingenious puzzles to test even the smartest among you, so the team at Lucid Games have provided some helpful hints to make sure you don't get stuck!
Don't forget to tilt!
As Mr. Grimmel will tell you, there's a reward for picking up all of the litter around Camp Eagle Feather. For every soda can you find, he'll give you a credit so you can phone in for some help. The more credits you spend, the better the hint you'll get.
Some soda cans might be out in the open, but if you tilt your PS Vita you may find some hidden on top, or behind other items. There are 130 soda cans hidden around the world, and finding them all won't be easy.
Make a note.
A pen and paper is always handy for taking notes, but in Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery we've given you a memo function so you can take notes as you play. Your memo can be a very handy tool indeed for solving the trickiest of puzzles.
There are plenty of drawing tools, pen sizes, colors and even magnets to play around with. Making good notes will keep you on track throughout your journey.
If you're stuck, you can always pass.
There's no shame in being stuck on a puzzle; our brains all work in different ways, after all. So if something just isn't clicking in your head, you've used all of your hints, and there's nobody around to point you in the right direction, then go to the 'Hints' menu and use a pass. You've got three passes to use throughout the game, so use them wisely.
You won't need to complete every puzzle to finish the game, so there's a chance you might have missed some brainteasers along the way. Don't forget to explore the camp, and even go back to some places you might have visited earlier. You never know what you might find if you look hard enough!