Tearaway Unfolded Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A third-person platforming adventure where players create and design objects to assist the protagonist in a paper environment. The Platinum is not particularly difficult, though does require some time and finding collectibles.
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Tearaway Unfolded is a third-person platforming adventure, and an expanded remake of the original 2013 Tearaway on the PlayStation Vita. Players move their character through an environment made of paper, which can be modified by the player to assist the protagonist. Players also design objects that can be used in gameplay, and complete side-objectives for non-player characters.
A messenger, named Iota if male or Atoi if female, must deliver a message to the portal that mysteriously appeared in the sky, in hopes of saving the paper world from the evil Scraps that are tempting to take over.
Tearaway Unfolded received positive reviews with an average score of 81%, praised for its improved graphics and added experience to the revamped version, and its overall fun gameplay experience.
While there are a few challenging tasks and trophies, the game is overall not particularly hard. The main reason for the 2-star difficulty rating is for the time required. At least one full playthrough is required, then backtracking with the chapter select to find all those collectibles, and complete a few other miscellaneous trophies. No missable trophies, and no online trophies to worry about.
Expect around 20-24 hours for the Platinum.
You can start things off by simply playing through the game and enjoying it. There are some collectibles and miscellaneous trophies you can work on if you want, but the game includes a chapter select, so feel free to leave them for later.
The only trophy we recommend going for is the Globe Trotter trophy, which involves taking a photo in each of the 16 chapters. Its an easy trophy that will save you backtracking. Doing so will also automatically unlock the Paperazzi trophy.
After that, use the chapter select to clean up all the miscellaneous trophies, as well as the collectibles. You’ll need to find all the papercraft plans for the Papercraft Wizard trophy, all the red presents for the Gifted trophy, and a number of other collectibles to eventually get the Completist trophy. Be sure to check out the Tearaway Unfolded trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you’re still missing and their requirements.
Good luck with the gophers!
Capt_Beachhead has a great Trophy Guide here:
A useful Collectibles Guide by Capt_Beachhead:
And a video Collectibles Guide by Lowcy Trofeow:
Useful tips for the Completist trophy by TugaSonic:
A video demonstration of the Tower Of Doom trophy, by beachhead1738:
And a video demonstration of the Gopher Trampoline trophy, by beachhead1738:
And beachhead1738's video demonstration of the With One Stone trophy:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: