The Witness - a screenshot photographer's paradise!
I have managed to finish the game in just over 21 hours (over a period of around 2 weeks - parents don't get that much consecutive time you see) and I must say that the puzzles are a joy to play. The variety of rules and combinations around a simple path-in-a-maze concept are unbelievable. Jonathan & friends are clever blokes, no question about that.
I discovered how to get a screenshot (if you can solve a puzzle you can take one - no probs) and soon after that, I found myself loading the shots into Adobe Lightroom and making panoramas - just as I do with my pictures from the real world.
This post is all about the sharing these views in the hope that I don't spoil the experience. Enjoy!
|My pixelized shadow - before the graphics card upgrade|
|The Japanese garden|
|The shipwreck from the mangrove forest's tree houses|
|The rocky side of the island|
|An ultra-wide view|
|The South side of the island (assuming we are in the Northern hemisphere)|
When I first visited the mountain I was gasping from amazement! I would stop at every view point of the path and take pictures! I would go up, then down, then up again. I just couldn't get enough of it.
|The view from the mountain after all beacons are lit|
|One of the views you can enjoy once the game is finished|
|The view from high above|