Go to Steam Folder (“C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam”), then userdata, then
random number its only one folder, then go to “360830” and we are done with
the Save Game Location.
Here you will see a bunch of game settings, you can edit them as you need
or like in the example below, using Notepad.
* Collect every Quill you can. You’re going to need to purchase all of Trowzer’s
powers if you want to complete the game and find every Pagie, so don’t miss
out on any, and make sure you grab any Pagie you can.
* Prioritize moves for each world, and never leave a world until you’ve collected
them all. You never know when you might need a power, so make sure you’re
prepared by buying them all before continuing the story.
* Stumped? Can’t get past a section? Try thinking outside the box. Yooka-Laylee
is built like puzzle platformers of the N64 era, which means the solutions to
the problems won’t always be right there in plain sight. Alternatively, maybe
you’re thinking too hard. Try something simple, as sometimes the solution is
the easiest possible answer.
* Collect every Pagie you can before moving on to new worlds. Some Pagies will
require moves you don’t have yet, so come back them when you get a move that
feels like it should work in that situation.
* Expand before unlocking. Players can expand each of the game’s five worlds one
time. We’d suggest expanding each world before you unlock new worlds, as this
will keep you from getting too lost when you revisit those worlds to acquire
new Pagies you couldn’t unlock before.
Experiment with new powers:
This is possibly the most important thing you can do in Yooka-Laylee. It’s a
game that doesn’t really tell you what to do, or how to do it, so whenever you
find something that seems impassable, it’s worth trying out that new move you
just bought. It won’t work every time, but it might give you ideas for later
on, or perhaps for something you saw somewhere else.