I was so happy when I saw that Disney had finally updated their Trophy Case quest! I love finding hidden gems in their games, and this was exactly what I was searching for. If you’re a big Disney fan like me, then this was bound to make an appearance on your Christmas gift list.
The mechanics are pretty simple. It’s basically just a matter of finding as many hidden treasures as you can and bringing them to the surface. There are no wrong answers here, so no need to rush. Take your time and keep your eye out for those precious Trophies!
The game allows you to play in either Classic or Novice modes. Classic mode is just like the original, while Novice mode makes the game easier. Finding all the trophies in Classic mode is pretty tough, so it’s best to play in Novice mode if you’re looking for a challenge. Once you’ve completed the game in Novice mode, you can go back and work on getting everything in Classic mode. There are no time limits in this game, so take your time and enjoy the experience.
Make Sure You’ve Visited All The Areas
This game isn’t exactly easy, and it wouldn’t be fair to say that it is. You’ll start the game in one area, and when you exit that area, you’ll be transported to a different one. Make sure you’ve visited every area at least once, and if you’ve found a trophy there, make sure you’ve collected it. You can’t leave any stone unturned when it comes to getting as many trophies as possible! It would be best to travel to each area multiple times and find as many treasures as you can. Don’t worry; this won’t effect your score in any way. You’ll receive the same amount of points regardless of how many times you visit an area.
Look Out For The Little Golden Books
There are a total of 15 golden books scattered around the game, and if you see one, it usually means you’ll need to collect it. They are pretty easy to spot; they’ll be printed in a beautiful gold and white color with black outlines. The only problem is that the books are small, and they’re kind of hard to find in the first place, so you might want to go back a second time to find all of them.
Use Your Brain
Hidden Mickey and Minnie in Hidden Objects are two of the most popular gameplay elements in this game. You’ll be looking for items around the locations that have either Mickey or Minnie on them, and when you find one, hold it up to the screen and see if you can solve the puzzle. Sometimes you’ll have to hold your phone up to the screen and see if you can solve the riddle by tracing the image on the screen with your finger. It’s a good idea to bring a pencil and paper with you, just in case you can’t figure out the puzzle straight away, so you can write down the answer and move on to the next one. You can also look online for walkthroughs for the game if you get stuck on a challenge. Sometimes it can be tricky to find the right object out of all the junk hanging around the area. It’s best to utilize your brain and figure it out instead of just clicking on the first thing that looks like it might be the answer.
Don’t Forget The Basics
Tracing is another basic gameplay element in this game. Whenever you encounter a wall or a floor, you’ll have to trace a path around it by dragging your finger over the touch screen. You can’t skip any areas in the game; they’re all carefully designed to prevent that kind of thing. Make sure you’ve got enough room to trace the entire path before you start moving around. If you run out of room, you’ll have to start over. You can also use the stylus to draw over the screen, helping you find your way around.
The location of the golden books is another essential element in this game, so make sure you know where they are before you start going in search of them. They are scattered all over the place, so you’ll have to search multiple locations to find them all. Keep an eye out for little hints and tips that will point you in the right direction. Sometimes it’s not exactly obvious where to go, especially if you’re new to the game and don’t know the lay of the land yet. Bring some patience and a map to guide you.
Obtain All The Trophies
The original version of this game didn’t have any trophies at all. It was only when Disney saw how dedicated fans played the game that they decided to add them. They didn’t want to diminish the experience by making it feel like a chore, so they decided to include them. There are a total of 15 trophies in the game, and they’re all well-hidden. You’ll need to work your way through a number of levels to obtain them all. Don’t worry; none of them are particularly hard to get. Simply take your time and enjoy the experience.
It’s worth noting that if you find a golden book and decide that you don’t want it in your collection, you can hide it in a desk or a cabinet inside your home. When you take the game down to the street level, it will cost you 50,000 coins to get rid of it. You’ll also want to make sure that you’ve got enough room to fit all of the trophies you’ve collected in the first place. You can’t fit 15 trophies in a small box, so make sure you’ve got a few cars or trucks parked somewhere close by.
What would a list of tips be without at least one trick or secret, right? This game is all about finding treasures, so make sure you’ve got something hiding in plain sight before you start looking for them. It could be a coin, a candy bar, or even a pack of gum. Whatever it is, make sure you’ve got something worth finding! If you can hide it in plain sight and it’s not directly connected to the gameplay – i.e. there’s no collecting involved – then it could be considered a cheat code or a trick. It’s up to you whether you want to use them or not, but it’s always interesting to see how players interact with the game after they’ve learned of their existence.
That’s all there is to it when it comes to getting trophies from Goofy Speedway. Make sure you’ve got all the pieces before you start trying to put them together; it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the tasks at hand and forget a crucial element. Don’t worry; it isn’t brain surgery. Simply follow the steps above, and before you know it, you’ll be sitting on top of the world with a chest full of diamonds and a watch in each hand.