Link’s Item Guide – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

Link's Items Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I finished playing The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past earlier this year and it felt good to finally find everything and complete the game! I thought it would be helpful and fun to make a couple guides on where to find all of Link’s equipment and items for anyone else who may be curious and wondering where they are.

This visual or infographic guide is for Link’s “Items” as categorized on the inventory screen. After much consideration, I decided to organize the items alphabetically by their name.

I have also created another guide for Link’s “Equipment” and action or “Do” items as categorized on the inventory screen.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Paper Mario: The Origami King – Not-Bottomless Hole Guides

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Red Streamer Not-Bottomless Holes Guide
If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I’ve finished playing Paper Mario: The Origami King and I loved it! All of the characters are so charming (including those previously considered villains like Kamek) and no one more so than newcomer Olivia. Olivia is such a positive, charming, lovable character in all her naivety…and just like that I’ve realized I have a real soft spot for characters that view the world with wonder.

If you want to earn 100% completion and/or score the secret ending there’s a lot of work to do! In an effort to help, I’ve created guides to help you find all of the Not-Bottomless Holes.

These visual or infographic guides are separated by Streamer Color and then the areas within. The Not-Bottomless Holes are in no particular order, though I did my best to list them in a progressive way as you move through an area. I numbered them to clearly show how many are in each area with a detailed description on where to find them.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Paper Mario: The Origami King or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Blue Streamer Not-Bottomless Holes Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Yellow Streamer Not-Bottomless Holes Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Purple Streamer Not-Bottomless Holes Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Green Streamer Not-Bottomless Holes Guide

Paper Mario: The Origami King – Question Block Guides

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Red Streamer Question Blocks Guide
If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I’ve finished playing Paper Mario: The Origami King and I loved it! All of the characters are so charming (including those previously considered villains like Kamek) and no one more so than newcomer Olivia. Olivia is such a positive, charming, lovable character in all her naivety…and just like that I’ve realized I have a real soft spot for characters that view the world with wonder.

If you want to earn 100% completion and/or score the secret ending there’s a lot of work to do! In an effort to help, I’ve created guides to help you find all of the Question Blocks or ? Blocks.

These visual or infographic guides are separated by Streamer Color and then the areas within. The Question Blocks are in no particular order, though I did my best to list them in a progressive way as you move through an area. I numbered them to clearly show how many are in each area with a detailed description on where to find them.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Paper Mario: The Origami King or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Blue Streamer Question Blocks Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Yellow Streamer Question Blocks Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Purple Streamer Question Blocks Guide
Paper Mario: The Origami King - Green Streamer Question Blocks Guide

Paper Mario: The Origami King – Collectible Treasure Guides

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Red Streamer Treasure Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I’ve finished playing Paper Mario: The Origami King and I loved it! All of the characters are so charming (including those previously considered villains like Kamek) and no one more so than newcomer Olivia. Olivia is such a positive, charming, lovable character in all her naivety…and just like that I’ve realized I have a real soft spot for characters that view the world with wonder.

If you want to earn 100% completion and/or score the secret ending there’s a lot of work to do! In an effort to help, I’ve created guides to help you find all 120 Collectible Treasures.

These visual or infographic guides are separated by Streamer Color and then the areas within. The Collectible Treasures are organized by their numbers, names, and a detailed description on where to find them.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Paper Mario: The Origami King or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Blue Streamer Treasure Guide

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Yellow Streamer Treasure Guide

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Purple Streamer Treasure Guide

Paper Mario: The Origami King - Green Streamer Treasure Guide

Kingdom Hearts – Visual 101 Dalmatians Guide

Kingdom Hearts 101 Dalmatian Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I’ve finished playing Kingdom Hearts as I work my way through the entire series and I’ve created a 101 Dalmatian guide for myself and those who may need it.

This infographic is organized by the dalmatian’s numbers, their locations and the ability needed to reach them. I’ve also included the rewards received per number of puppies returned at the top of the page.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Concrete Genie or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

 

Kingdom Hearts – Visual Trinity Mark Guide

Kingdom Hearts Trinity Mark Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I’ve finished playing Kingdom Hearts as I work my way through the entire series and I’ve created a Trinity mark guide for myself and those who may need it.

This infographic is organized by the trinity’s color, it’s location and the reward for triggering it in each world. I’ve also included how to unlock each trinity color at the top of the page.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Concrete Genie or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

The Night of the Rabbit – Sticker Location Guide

The Night of the Rabbit - Sticker Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

The Night of the Rabbit is a beautiful game with peaceful music and relaxingly-paced puzzle solving. There are four types of collectibles in the game; cards, dewdrops, stickers and stories. Last week we focused on a guide for the dewdrops, this week we’ll be focusing on the stickers!

This infographic will let you know what scene each of the 8 collectible stickers are located in, and where to look for them. All of the stickers are located in Mousewood, save for one in Jerry’s world at his home. To view the stickers you’ve collected, open to the game menu, click on bonus collections (the gift icon on the bottom right) and then stickers.

I do not currently have plans to create guides for the cards or stories, but if you would like that, please contact me and let me know! Please let me know if there are any other games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

The Night of the Rabbit – Dewdrop Location Guide

The Night of the Rabbit - Dewdrop Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

The Night of the Rabbit is a beautiful game, with peaceful music and relaxingly-paced puzzle solving. There are four types of collectibles in the game; cards, dewdrops, stickers and stories. This week we are focusing on a guide for the dewdrops, next week we’ll be focusing on a guide for the stickers!

There are two sorts of collectibles in the game, stickers and dewdrops. This week we’ll be focusing on the dewdrops, but check out my guide to the sticker locations!

Dewdrops can only be found in the world of Mousewood and only during daylight hours.This infographic will let you know how many dewdrops are in each scene and where to look for them. Once all the dewdrops are collected, travel back to the passage to the magicians house and click on the stone stele to reveal the portrait of the Marquis de Hoto’s apprentice, prior to Jeremiah.

Please let me know if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Chrono Trigger – Sealed Chest and Door Guide

Chrono Trigger Sealed Chest and Door Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

Earlier this year, I participated in playing Chrono Trigger with The MinnMax Show’s Deepest Dive. I had heard so many good things about this game over the years. I’d started it, but never finished, until now!

Everything I’d heard about it was true, it’s a wonderful nostalgic game! My only mistake was opening all the sealed chests in the wrong order and missing out on better and/or extra loot. To counter that, I made this infographic to help players figure out where and when all the sealed chests and doors are located, if they’re upgradeable, and what’s in them. There’s a note at the top with instructions on what to do to receive the upgraded loot.

Please let me know if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!

Concrete Genie – Genie Guide

Concrete Genie Guide

If there’s one thing I do when I play a game (besides trying to relax and enjoy myself), it’s look up information. I get curious or stuck, and I find myself turning to the internet for answers. There are a lot of good guides out there that are super helpful, but what I don’t see are an abundance of simple and clean visual guides that lay out all the information in one place.

I finished playing Concrete Genie by Pixelopus as game number one of twenty for the year 2020. Before I began playing I knew I wanted to create a visual guide to help players, but once I started I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of collectibles! I decided to narrow my focus to a guide for finding all of 18 types of Genies in the game.

This infographic is organized by the Genie’s number in Ash’s sketchbook; I’ve provided each Genie’s number, name, chapter and location found.

Please let me know if you would like me to work on a guide for the other collectibles within Concrete Genie or if there are any games you would like to see visual information or guides for in the future! I love helping people, discussing games and organizing information!