Bad news tonight I had the exact same shapes as the original screen shots in my first post up above, and I apparently deleted those images off my phone so I will just need to reference them from this post.
Some added information on how this mini game within the code 19 event works.
A shape will appear:
This is your first clue on what you are dealing with, I have seen three shapes so far N,C, and -. The one up above is the C shape and will be in any orientation meaning it could be a C or rotated 90, 180, or 270 degrees. The next piece of information you look for as soon as you see the shape will be half way through the shape, there will either be a small “o” or there will be nothing, if it is there it would show up around where I have the 2 on my first picture up above. This “o” is important to your timing on the trace. Which I will cover latter. The next piece of information you need to look for is on the shape where the arrow is. Again in the first picture up above the arrow is at the top part of the C and I have it labeled with a 1. This is your starting point. So you know what shape you are dealing with, if there is a mid point check, and which direction you need to start from at this point.
Starting the trace:
The start is similar to the tapping pattern mini game meaning you have to start at a specific time. You can see this in the second picture up top where the arrow on that shape is starting to turn blue and is about ready to start. Start too soon and you will fail before you even have a chance to start tracing, the same goes for if you start to late. I have not figured out the window on this yet but I am guessing it is close to the pattern mini game. Once you start tracing a disc will start to roll along the shape in the direction of the arrow if you have done everything correct to this point. There will also be a slightly larger circle that will start tracking along the shape. You need to keep your disc (your finger/stylus) tracking within that empty circle along the shape, if you start to fade out side of the circle your disk will start to turn yellow or red depending on how far outside of the circle you are, you want to keep your disc green. The mid checkpoint “o” means when your guide circle gets there you better have a green disc, yellow might be okay, but if you are red you fail and don’t get to keep tracking. Let’s assume you have either made it past this point or the checkpoint wasn’t there like the screen shots up above, the only thing left to do is finish. For that you need to trace your way from the start to the end (point 3 in the first picture) as that last dot turns blue, similar to the pattern tapping game except for this you need to trace on to it not tap it.
So to recap:
Start at the arrow when it turns blue, keep your disc green the whole time, time the midpoint correctly if it is there, finish the trace on the dot at the end when it turns blue.
The variable I have not been able to determine before starting is how fast the trace is going to be some are slow , medium, or fast. The fast with the midpoint check are tough as you have to adjust almost immediately to the pace to get back to a green disc before you get there which on the N is a huge pain, doable but very tough.
I hope this helps folks and if you have further questions I can attempt to answer them.
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