Humanity Cheats and Tips
Inspect The Entire Puzzle For Clues
Humanity’s three-dimensional puzzles often hide essential details in plain sight. However, if you’re looking at the puzzle from a specific angle, you may completely miss them. Therefore, it’s vital to thoroughly inspect the entire puzzle before issuing commands.
Free camera mode is the best way to investigate a trial. This perk, which unlocks after you earn five Goldys, lets you freely move the game camera around the puzzle regardless of your location on the stage.
However, you may also move the camera around a trial ground before beginning the stage. In this circumstance, the trial information will obstruct your view. Additionally, the camera will move automatically when idle. It’s not an ideal alternative, but it’s helpful if you haven’t unlocked the free camera mode.
How can you use the free camera to your advantage? First, we highly recommend zooming out for a bird’s eye view of the trial. Then, it’s best to rotate the camera a full 360º, thus revealing any obscured areas. Finally, we suggest moving the camera through the trial stage in the path you plan to command your humans. This is an excellent diagnostic of how feasible your plans are.
Plan Future Commands Before Setting The First
As trials increase in difficulty, so will the number of commands you must give. However, keeping up with your humans while giving orders is overwhelming. And when you’re trying to guide Goldys safely to the light, that kind of multitasking becomes even more anxiety-inducing. So, it’s best to think ahead.
As you map out commands, place your first command last. Place all your future commands on the stage first. Working this way will give you a clear understanding of the path you’re creating. Furthermore, you’ll avoid mistakes, like losing Goldys or moving critical items in the wrong place.
Once you’ve mapped your commands from Command B to Command Z, you may activate Command A (your first command). This command is the catalyst that directs your humans into the path you forged for them.
Create Loops To Stall For Time
Sometimes you’ll reach a hiccup in your trial you didn’t anticipate. These moments are crucial because you can quickly lose Goldys while planning your next move. Fortunately, there is a fix for that!
Direct your humans in a circle via the turn commands whenever you’re stuck on a puzzle. Then, while your humans meander, you may search for solutions and place future commands.
Loops are also helpful for keeping People Switches active, especially if the switch is off course from the solution path.
You Can Reach Far Off Spaces By Crowd Surfing
You can’t direct a crowd if you can’t place commands. And some trials have locations that your dog persona cannot reach. So, what can you do when a platform is too high to jump toward or seriously far away? The answer is Crowd Surfing.
Crowd surfing is a mechanic allowing you to travel atop your crowd of humans. After jumping into the air, you can crowd surf by pressing the jump button again. Then, you may travel toward the front or back of the crowd you’re currently surfing. Finally, you can leave the crowd by pressing the jump button.
There are several helpful examples of crowd surfing. For instance, the trial, Prologue 05: Crowd Surfing, involves surfing a crowd up a towering climbable wall. Awakening Trial 07: Bridge The Gap has a center podium you can only reach by crowd surfing across a vast expanse of humans floating between two platforms.