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Different Game Difficulties and Modes
Over 500 stages all in all!
Catherine: Full Body allows you to choose from four difficulty levels, as well as two different action modes. By selecting different options, you will be able to play more than 500 types of stages.
Features of Each Difficulty Level and Mode
|Standard||Recommended for those new to the game. Stages are composed of simple stones.|
|Arrange||Recommended for those who have already played the game. Stages are composed of individual stones.|
Advantages and Disadvantages of Difficulty Levels
Playing on higher difficulties gets you more points
The higher the difficulty, the more points obtained when clearing a stage. You will need to practice to be able to clear each level smoothly if you are aiming for high points.
Difficulty does not affect the story or endings
The game difficulty only affects the puzzles encountered. If you are playing just to enjoy the story, you can play on the lowest difficulty.
The New “Safety” Difficulty Level
A difficulty level that anyone can clear
Safety is the new difficulty added to Catherine: Full Body. Not only are the puzzles extremely easy, you will also be able to skip action puzzles. This allows you to view the ending without any challenge at all.
Characteristics of the Safety Difficulty
Safety offers the least challenging experience in the game. Below are the elements applied when playing on Safety.
- Skipping puzzles is enabled
- Auto play is enabled
- Puzzle difficulty is very low
- Traps do not activate
- No time limit and the lower blocks do not fall over time
- UNDO is enabled
- Game does not end when the UNDO count reaches 0.
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