[updated] The Love You to Bits walkthrough is complete

Love You to Bits collectibles walkthrough complete

Every level has its own page (because they ended up HUGE), but there’s a handy navigational menu on each page to take you between them!

The walkthroughs for the latest levels are up too! Videos only for now, images coming soon.
A Mall of Zombies
The Last Piece

A Slimy Future
A Hero for all Seasons
Stuck in Time, in Time, in Time…
Matter of Perspective
An Alien in the Playground
A Dungeon in Panels
A Shady Factory
The Quantic Library
Hide and Peek
Multiverse Bar
Yb Seog Emit Sa
The Big Bang Room
Time Goes Ape
R.A.M. (Robots At Midnight)
Arcade Escape
Me, Myself and my Clones
Polterheist
Back and Forths
Assemble the Temple
Trapped in the Lab
The Colossal Statue
The Worm Hotel
A Lively Deadworld
Nest in the Forest
An Adventure in Black and White

 

First of all, a plug for the overview page. These exist for every game posted about on the site and have all sorts of interesting links like availability on all platforms, other games by the developers and similar games. In the case of Love You to Bits though, there is only one game that I know of, Tiny Thief (Homepage), which is a spiritual prequel and the stepping point for Love You to Bits. I’d be careful buying it though. As of this post, Tiny Thief doesn’t work on iOS9+. They have said that an update is in the works, so keep an eye out. I’ll give it a shout out when the time comes.

In more interesting news and more relevant to this post, our Love You to Bits walkthrough is complete! If you were stuck on a level and just couldn’t get that last collectible, this is the place to find all of them! Check out the overview page and use the nav menu to skip to a level. I had to split them because the later levels got really long.

Fun fact – the total walkthrough has 890 screenshots that started out their life as 2.92GB. With Photoshop which, quite frankly, I consider to be magical, that plummeted to 290MB. Still no chump change if you’re on a capped mobile data plan, but that’s why I split it up by levels!

I hope you enjoy the guide and find it helpful. Good luck recovering all those collectible memories!

 

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10 Responses

  1. Nae says:

    Is the image walkthrough for “A Mall of Zombies” done yet??

  2. PhilsGlabella says:

    THE NEW UPDATE HAS ARRIVED WITH 2 NEW LEVELS AND AN ENDING TO TH STORY. I WOULD LOVE AN UPDATE OF THE WALKTHROUGH.

    • Vladimir Knight says:

      Working on it as we speak! Videos should be up very soon with images close to follow.

  3. Kiki says:

    This is so helpful! Pictures with descriptions and video?! Best walk through ever. Thanks so much!

  4. Max says:

    Thank you so much for this walk through! Super helpful when I got stuck c:

    (People need to chill, you’ve done an incredible job with this)

  5. Marlon says:

    Thank you, I love this guide :D good luck

  6. John says:

    The link doesn’t link to a walk through, just a description of the game and a video preview. Where is the walk through?

    • Andrea says:

      I had THE hardest time locating the walkthrough as well. The author neglected to tell us where to find the walkthroughs in the actual Overview post so I was going back and forth between here and the overview not seeing any links to any walkthrough. So anyway, John, on the “Overview” page, scroll down a bit farther after the post (if you’re on your phone) until you see a blue box that says “More” and below that is a navigational menu of the levels…he put each level on a separate page so just look for the level you want by name and click on its box. If you’re viewing the Overview page on your computer, the navigational menu of levels is to the right of the post (which I initially thought was just a list of other games because that’s usually what other game sites do…its unclear that those are actual levels of Love You To Bits). Vladimir, you should say clearly in your post on the Overview page that you listed the walkthroughs as a navigational menu, with EACH level having its OWN walkthrough page then DIRECT us to that menu by saying where on the overview page it is. The way you’ve done it makes it look like links are to other games rather than the walkthroughs; our eye just passes over them without knowing those are the actual levels. Either that, or link each walkthrough CLEARLY in the ACTUAL POST proper so people don’t need to scroll around the page looking for a link to the walkthrough. Even when I was on my laptop, it wasn’t clear that was navigational menu to the actual walkthroughs. You need to direct the reader to it, not just say “The walkthrough is complete” and leave it at that. Hope that helped, John…maybe you found them already but it seems all of us had a hard time locating the walkthroughs so Vladimir, you should really think of changing it to make it much more CLEAR.

  7. Snarky McSnarkerson says:

    Wow. What a great walk through. I’m so glad you completed it, uploaded it, and linked to it from here! Where would we be without it? Can you imagine someone just posting an article saying “the walk through is complete” without actually posting a walk through? Because that would just be cruel.

    • Vladimir Knight says:

      Welcome to the world of SEO where to be noticed you need to structure your content as “posts” with a date. The walkthrough uses pages, which is hell on search engines/discover-ability and this post serves a landing page for readers. Granted, it could be better. I’ll try to clean it up.