10-Game Camera Chain! – Part 2 – Headache Heroes

Challenge #135 – Rocky must apply Matt’s riddles to discover how each game with a Photo Mode relates to the next game in line by taking a picture of an item that connects to it somehow. [Part 2: Photograph Boy + Snapshot]

Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpE2Djgt_VA

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Photograph Boy is an action photography video game developed by Tomcat System and published by Irem for the PC Engine. The game is centered on taking photographs of things going on around the main character. It features interactive environments in which the player can interact and photograph. David Goldman is an amateur photographer, who always loved to take pictures. One day, he went to Los Angeles Photography School to study more about taking pictures. Everyday, David commutes on the crowded trains, but trained and learned better in the academy so he can achieve his dreams on becoming the best photographer he ever wished for. He was happy at that time, but suddenly misfortune hit him. David’s parents suddenly died in a plane crash, leaving him orphaned and all alone. He loved his parents deeply and cried at their burial, thinking that they will come back. David lost his confidence and is about to leave the academy to live a lonely and sad life. However for Dean, the principal of the academy saw him and made an unexpected proposal to him. The principal said if he completed 8 tests by taking 8 special photograph shots in 8 different locations, then he’s allowed to graduate in the academy. Unsure about this offer, David still accepted the test and did everything he could to pass.

Snapshot is an indie platform game developer by Retro Affect released on 30 August 2012 for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. The player controls a character with fairly standard 2-D controls: left, right, duck, and jump. The player also controls a camera viewfinder, the Snapshot of the title, with the mouse. When a snapshot is taken of an in-game object, it disappears from the gameworld and is stored on the camera; the stored images can then be pasted into new parts of the gameworld to overcome an obstacle. The objects and elements that can be captured have a wide range of different properties or utilities, such as elephants that serve as walking springboards or gusts of wind that can push the player across long gaps. In addition to completing the individual levels, there are also awards given for collecting all stars in a level, beating time challenges and taking snapshots of specific items in a level and retaining them until the level is exited.
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3 Comments

  1. TheScottSpot
    April 13, 2015 at 1:18 am #

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  2. HeadacheHeroes
    April 13, 2015 at 1:30 am #

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