The PS Vita version of Proteus comes with a bunch of fun trophies to chase, that act as a sort of scavenger hunt to compliment the discovery experience.
You're only given vague clues as to what you need to do to grab the bronze, silver and gold awards, so just in case you're having trouble working out what the heck you're meant to be doing, we've come to the rescue.
Read on for all the details on how to achieve 100 percent of the trophies for Proteus.
|Silent and Void|
There is a thing confusedly formed, Born before heaven and earth. Silent and void It stands alone and does not change, Goes round and does not weary. It is capable of being the mother of the world, But I know not its name.
Turning back is how the way moves; Weakness is the means the way employs. The myriad creatures in the world are born from Something, and Something from Nothing.
|The Further One Goes|
Without stirring abroad One can know the whole world. Without looking out of the window One can see the way of heaven. The further one goes The less one knows.
This takes you to the next season. Simply repeat the process a couple more times, then when Winter rolls around, wait until the clouds begin to descend, then climb to the top of the mountain, and walk into the cloud. You'll float away and close your eyes.
|The Circular Ruins|
Does it exist within the heart of a stone? Did I see it when I saw all things and then forget it?
After the time has flown by for a couple of minutes, the trophy will pop up in the corner.
|Lost Gods of Albion|
We had strayed into some region where the frontiers of some unknown world lay close about us.
When Autumn rolls around, go and visit each one at night. Notable events should occur as you do so, such as the sky lighting up. After you've visited a few, the trophy will appear.
|The Hidden Door|
We have to find the door, daddy.
Do this a few times, and the trophy will eventually appear.
To see a world in a grain of sand...
|Generall Historie of Plantes|
If delight may provoke men's labour, what greater delight is there than to behold the earth apparelled with plants?
|The Garden Of Forking Paths|
I dreaded walking where there was no path. And pressed with cautious tread the meadow swath.
|Think Like a Mountain|
With tranquility, the small goes and the great comes.
|Unraveling the Landscape|
Some of these developed stone rows or processional walks that channelled the approach of both the dead and those wishing to commune with them.
If you're not sure where the stone circle is, just spinning around at the stone rows and eventually they will make a noise to show you did it properly. Then go to the stone circle and touch all the stones there too.