Energy Invasion Trophy Guide

Energy Invasion Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A breakout clone with shooter elements. The Platinum requires more patience than skill, and only a few hours of gameplay.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Energy Invasion * 19 Sometimes You Russia 3 7 8 0 0

Energy Invasion

Energy Invasion is a breakout clone in which players control a paddle which can move horizontally at the bottom of the screen. The paddle is used to bounce an energy ball against a row of blocks in order to break them. The player can also launch missiles in a chosen direction to assist in breaking the blocks. The game has three different modes, including an Endless mode.

Energy Invasion received generally negative reviews with an average score of 64%, praised for its twist on the breakout-like style of game and music, though criticized for its repetitiveness, visuals, and controls.

Even for those lacking in skill or experience in breakout clone games, the Platinum for Energy Invasion is fairly easy for the most part. Only a few levels may be a bit frustrating due to its luck-dependency. The game can be played on Easy mode, and allows for infinite continues. However, the necessary layers (levels) must be completed in one go, as returning to the menu screen will restart everything to Layer 1.

Expect roughly 3 hours of gameplay for the Platinum.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS Vita.

There are no difficulty-related trophies, so feel free to play on Easy mode, which allows for more lives and avoid having red orbs shoot at you. Be warned that at any time, if you exit to the Main Menu, you will need to restart the game from the beginning. This means that each of the three modes will need to be played and completed in one sitting.

Begin by selecting Invasion Mode and play until completing Layer 25. Remember, do not exit back to the Main Menu, otherwise you will lose your progress and need to begin at Layer 1 again. You will unlock a trophy for every five Layers you complete, until eventually getting the Salvation trophy for completing Layer 25.

After that, select Linear Mode and play until completing 25. This mode can be tricky, as the blocks will move towards you and cause a game over should they reach you at the bottom of the screen. Completing each Layer is arguably more luck-based than skill. Remember to play on Easy mode, and continue until you’ve completed Layer 25 and unlocked the Persistence trophy. Lastly, remember not to exit to the Main Menu, or you will lose your progress.

Lastly, select Endless Mode and play until completing Layer 30, in order to unlock the Infinity trophy. Though Endless Mode can be played endlessly, you only need to reach Layer 30 for the Platinum.

The only trophy not Layer-related is the Health Pack trophy. While it is not clear how exactly to unlock this trophy, it should naturally unlock during your progress on Invasion mode. Some players reported unlocking the trophy after gaining an extra life, while others stated it was from destroying three or more bricks at the same time. Either way, the Health Pack trophy should unlock during your 2-3 hours of gameplay.

Here's a great Trophy Guide by rmchiva925:

And Rubhen925 has a great Trophy Guide here:

And a video Trophy Guide walkthrough by Rubhen925:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Energy Cycle Trophy Guide

Energy Cycle Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A logic puzzle game that involves changing colors of cells on a grid. If following a guide and taking advantage of a glitch exploit, the Platinum is both quick and easy.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Energy Cycle * 19 Sometimes You Russia 4 6 8 0 0

Energy Cycle

Energy Cycle is a logic puzzle game developed by Sometimes You, the same creators of Energy Balance. Players must change all lights on a grid to a single color, by selecting and changing cells. Once a cell is selected, all connected cells, both horizontal and vertical, will change as well. The game includes three modes: Puzzle, with pre-designed puzzles; Time Attack, with random puzzles and a timer; Infinite Play, which allows to play forever with no timer.

Energy Cycle received generally poor scores by the few critics who reviewed the game. While praised for its soundtrack and overall puzzle challenge, it was criticized for repetitiveness with its single type of puzzle.

If using both a guide, as well as taking advantage of a glitch exploit, Energy Cycle ranks up with other such titles as My Name is Mayo and Mr. Massagy in terms of both ease and quickness.

With a guide and the exploit glitch, the Platinum can be earned in less than 30 minutes.

First, start by heading into Puzzle mode, where you will need to work through the 28 levels. Since these puzzles are not random, you can follow one of the guides under our Links tab for the solutions. Doing it this way should only take about fifteen minutes, and will unlock 10 of the trophies.

Next, head into Time Attack mode. Here is where you can use the exploit glitch. The first puzzle is random, and will need to be solved if you're playing the North American version. Once the first puzzle is solved, quickly start hitting the X button which will take you through all the levels. After passing Level 30 and you've unlocked your three corresponding trophies, you can stop.

If you are playing the European version, then you won't need to solve the first puzzle. Simply start mashing the X button once the first puzzle appears on the screen.

Finally, head into Infinite Play mode, and do the same thing. With the North American version, solve the first puzzle, then start hitting the X button until you've unlocked the remaining 5 trophies, and the Platinum. Again, if you're playing the European version, then solving the first puzzle is not necessary.

And that's it! The Platinum should unlock between 20-30 minutes, depending on how quickly you can solve the first Time Attack and Infinite Play puzzles on the North American version.

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Blaze Naruto Shippuden:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by TemporalWizard:

Here's a video guide for Puzzle Mode by rus199410:

And pictures for solving Puzzle Mode supplied by Blaze Naruto Shippuden:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: