Weird Park: The Final Show
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 with guide; 3/10 without (personal estimate) (Estimated Trophy Difficulty)
- Offline trophies: 12 (7, 4, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 100%: 3-5 hours (Estimated Time to 100%)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: 6 (Collector, Eagle Eye, Detective, Genius, Wise Man, Shopaholic)
- Glitched trophies: 0
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No. Play on whatever difficulty you wish; there's virtually no difference other than recharging your hint meter (which you shouldn't be using anyways) and the presence of a tutorial.
- Do trophies stack?: N/A
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A
Weird Park: The Final Show is a hidden object adventure game by Alawar Entertainment (Paranormal Pursuit, The Treasures of Montezuma). Young Patrick has disappeared, held hostage by a small jester. It is up to you and a quite frankly scary clown (but mostly just you) to save the day. The game is third in a trilogy of Weird Park games, but the first (and only) on PSN. Knowledge of the previous installments is not necessary.
Weird Park has a second game that unlocks upon completion of The Final Show, but there are no trophies tied to playing that game, so it's entirely personal preference.
If you'd like to follow a video walkthrough to help with puzzle solutions, Brain Games has put one together HERE. However, it's not a flawless run, and he doesn't show the locations of all the candy canes.
Step 1: Complete Story Mode (while collecting all candy canes)
Weird Park is a very linear game, and you will need to solve every puzzle in the game while playing it - none of them are optional. Pick up any candy canes you come across - there are 33 and you will need them all to buy all the upgrades. Do not press Triangle or R1 at any point or you will have to replay the entire game (those buttons either use the hint system or skip puzzles, depending on what screen you're on).
The game only allows you one save slot, and relies entirely on autosave, so I highly suggest backing up your save first whenever going for timed or flawless run trophies like Wise Man or Eagle Eye, as well as the cumulative “no hint/skipping” trophies, just in case you need to try again, as there's no chapter select. See those individual trophy descriptions to learn when to make your save backups.
Step 2: Replay the game (optional)
As stated above, Weird Park doesn't have a chapter/checkpoint select, so you are unfortunately out of luck if you missed something during your first playthrough. Furthermore, once you progress to a new chapter in the game, you are unable to return to areas of the previous chapter. Thankfully, things like collectibles are usually quite obvious when on screen, so as long as you pay attention you'll find this a quick 100%, so enjoy it!
[PST Would Like To Thank themindisacity For This Roadmap]