Moss Trophy Guide

Moss Trophy Guide

Moss Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  An action adventure game with puzzle elements for the PlayStation VR. The game is overall quite short, and with only one tricky trophy.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Moss * 39 Polyarc U.S. 22 9 7 0 0


Moss is an action adventure with puzzle elements for the PlayStation VR. Players control Quill, a mouse who is aware of the player’s presence. Quill must navigate environments, solve puzzles, and battle enemies, while also able to provide hints to the player through the use of sign language.

The player is in a library reading an old book, when suddenly is transported to the book’s fantasy land. There, the player meets Quill, a young mouse who must save is uncle from Sarffog, a fire-breathing snake.

Moss received positive reviews with an average score of 87%, praised for its world design, interactions between the player and player-character, and overall fun, though criticized by some for the shortness of the game. The game received numerous nominations and awards for Best VR Game by several online magazines.

The one-star difficulty is mainly due to the time required, which is very little. The game is overall quite short, and it’s possible to unlock the Platinum after one playthrough. Most of the trophies are either story-related, for finding collectibles, or a few simply miscellaneous tasks. A chapter select is available, so none of those trophies are missable. The only challenge is the Protector Of The Realm trophy, which requires playing through the game without dying. However, with back-up saves and some quick re-loads to the previous checkpoint before dying, this is not too difficult.

Expect around 3-6 hours for the Platinum, depending on how many playthroughs you do.

NOTE: The game requires the PlayStation VR.

It is entirely possible to obtain the Platinum in one playthrough. This will involve unlocking the Protector Of The Realm trophy for not dying, as well as finding all the collectibles and completing a few miscellaneous tasks.

However, keep in mind that the game is quite short, and can be completed in under two hours. Also, getting the Protector Of The Realm will certainly be easier if you’ve already done one playthrough and so are aware which areas may be difficult to get through without dying.

There are two sets of collectibles in the game. There are a total of 31 Fragments, and 375 Relic Dust. If you fail to find them all during your playthrough, you can use the Chapter Select to revisit areas in the game. Each chapter will reveal how many Fragments and Relic Dust you have, which makes it easier to mop up what you are missing.

There are a also a few simple, miscellaneous trophies to unlock as well. Be sure to check out the Moss trophy guide links under our Links tab to see details on these.

When going for the Protector Of The Realm, it’s a good idea to occasionally back-up your save either to the PS+ Cloud or on a portable HD, which you can re-download and use should you die. Also, when you are about to die, you can quickly pause the game and select to reload the previous checkpoint. If you are going for this trophy on your first playthrough, keep in mind that you will die after being hit three times, or if you fall off of a platform. Also, the surveillance eyes in the last few chapters have a one-hit kill, as well as the final boss if he grabs you.

Here's a video Walkthrough by AskecZ:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Easty:

And Max654 and Maxie_M0us3 have a great Trophy Guide here:

And a useful Trophy Guide by sefjwm:

A useful video by PS4Trophies showing all the Forgotten Fragments and Relic Dust Collectibles Locations:

A video by Admiral Vic showing all the Fragments Collectibles Locations:

And sirdrago has a video demonstration of A Forged Maestro trophy, here:

And a video demonstration of the Creative Cliffhanger trophy by kurageno kami:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: