Treasure Hunter Simulator offers several dozen of main and side missions, divided into a few categories. Some of them will require getting a given item or a set amount of items hidden in the given location, some involve a journey to a certain point on the map, while other ones require cleaning the location from garbage. There is also a quite prominent group of quests that involve making a photograph of the given object - these may prove to be difficult. This chapter is dedicated to the last group.
Approximately 20% of the available tasks involve photographing a given object, item, or a location nearby. These locations are marked with a yellow camera icon. The process seems to be easy, but completing these objectives is difficult by the clumsiness of the whole game - to take a photograph, you need to be placed in the right location. If you stand in a wrong spot you won't be able to take a photo of desired area.
To be able to take a picture of the required location or an object, you need to complete following actions:
- You need to approach the camera icon which is found next to the object that has to be captured with your photo camera. Approach the icon so that it disappears. The game often has problems with detecting this action - if you approach the icon and it doesn't disappear, walk around the icon until it disappears.
- When you've managed to place yourself in the right location, activate the photo mode ("Z" by default) and target the object which you want to photograph. If you place the camera in the right way, the inside of the circle in the middle of the screen will receive a white filling - this means that you can make the photo and complete the task.
Keep those two paragraphs in mind, as an incorrect placing of the hero (when the camera icon has not disappeared) and the camera (when the white circle has not appeared) may cause that even after taking photos, the game won't accept them.