How to find the map in Animal Well

This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can find the map in Animal Well. By doing so, you will be able to unlock the Explorer trophy and achievement.

1. If you haven’t done so already, make your way to the first save telephone on the game and then go right.

2. Go right again.

3. In the new screen, a phantom enemy will appear. You need to go right and then quickly jump up to the left platform to exit to the left.

4. You then need to make your way to the left over the next two screens.

5. You will eventually arrive in an area with a locked door that requires you to hit three switches to unlock.

6. Hit the first one at the top from where you are standing and then carefully drop down to the bottom floor.

7. Use the crank to raise the platform so that you can jump over and hit the second switch.

8. There is a hidden path to the left of the second switch that you can find by dropping down. Follow its path to hit the third switch.

9. With the door unlocked, go through it to the next area, where you will unlock firecrackers. These are used to defeat phantom enemies.

10. Return to the area where you first encounter one to defeat it with firecrackers.

11. Afterwards, climb the ladder to a new area.

12. Once you get off the ladder, immediately head to the right screen.

13. In the new screen, you should find the map in the treasure chest.

How to light up a candle in Animal Well

If you run into any unlit candles in Animal Well, then this guide at Seeking Tech will explain how you can light them up.

In order to light an unlit candle, you will need to find a match. These special items are located inside of chests hidden throughout the map.

The earliest you can find this item is to the left area of the very first save telephone.

Once you get past the unlocked door, jump up the hidden platform in the same area in order to find a chest with the item.

The first unlit candle you run into is located to the right side of the first save telephone in the game. You have to climb a ladder to the next screen and then look for a hidden area that will let you drop down to the candle.

If you have a match in your inventory, then you can interact with an unlit candle to light it up.

How to visit Mysidia early in Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster

This Seeking Tech tutorial will explain how you can go to Mysidia near the beginning of Final Fantasy II. While this can be done in the other versions of the game, the Pixel Remaster version makes it incredibly easy.

1. To start off, you need to first gain access to the canoe. If you haven’t done so already, played through the beginning sections of the story until Minwu joins your party.

2. With a canoe on hand, turn off random encounters. Otherwise, you will run into enemies that can easily wipe out your entire party.

To disable encounters, press down on the right analog stick. You can also do so from the Boost menu.

3. Next, make your way southwest of Altair until you see a town to the left of a mountain range.

4. Inside of Mysidia you will be able purchase spells such as Barrier, Wall, Swap and Holy.

In terms of armor, you can buy Ice Shield, Knight’s Armor, Thief’s Gloves and Giant’s Gloves.

When it comes to weapons, you can get the Power Staff, Flame Lance, Ogrekiller and Ice Bow.

How to turn your photo into a Van Gogh painting (LunaPic)

This Seeking Tech will show you how to convert your photos into a Van Gogh painting by using LunaPic.

1. Start off by going to the LunaPic, and then uploading your photo to its server.

2. Move the mouse cursor over to the Art tab, and then select Vangogh.

3. Your photo should then be converted using the Van Gogh art filter.

4. Afterwards, you can use the slider on top to adjust the strength of the filter and then click the Apply button once you find the perfect balance.

For more customization options, you can also play around with the Keep Your Colors or Animate boxes.

5. Once you are done, click the Download Now button to download the converted image.

How to turn your photo into a needlepoint pattern (LunaPic)

This Seeking Tech guide will show how you can turn your photos into needlepoint patterns by using LunaPic.

1. For the first step, go to the LunaPic website and then upload your photo.

2. You then need to hover the mouse cursor over to the Filters tab and then select More Textured Filters.

3. From the Add Textured Filter screen, select Needlepoint.

4. Once the filter has been applied, you can adjust the filter to adjust its strength.

5. Once you are satisfied, click the Download Now link to download the edited photo.

How to remove objects and people from photos for free (LunaPic)

This Seeking Tech guide will show you how to erase unwanted objects and people from your photos for free by using LunaPic.

1. Begin by opening the LunaPic website and then uploading your photo.

2. Next, hover the mouse cursor over to the Edit tab and then click on Smart Object Removal.

3. In the Object Remove and Inpaint screen, highlight the object or person you want to remove.

You are able to change the size of the brush stroker of the highlighter by using the Brush Slider. If you made a mistake during the highlighting process, thne you can click the Reset button.

Otherwise, click on Remove to erase the object.

4. Repeat the same process to erase any other unwanted objects or people.

5. Once you are ready, click the Download Now link to download the edited photo to your local storage.

How to change the frame rate for Fallout 4 on PS5 and Xbox Series

The latest patch for Fallout 4 changed the location of the frame rate setting for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions. To see how you can access it, you can check out this guide at Seeking Tech.

1. This setting can no longer be accessed from the pause menu. Instead, you need to quit your current session in order to return to the main menu.

2. From there, go to Settings > Display.

3. You should then see Frame Rate Target, which lets you set the FPRS to 30 or 60. If you have a 120 Hz screen, then you should also see an option for 40.

4. Underneath, you should see Prioritize, which lets you prioritize the graphics to either Performance for better frame rate or Visuals for better resolutions and other graphical features.

How to enable HDR in Xbox Series X and S versions of Fallout 4

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions of Fallout 4 did not come with any high dynamic range at launch. This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can enable the support for HDR.

1. If you haven’t done so already, download the latest patch for Fallout 4.

2. With the patch downloaded, make sure you have HDR10 enabled on your Xbox settings. To do so, open up the Settings App and then go to General > TV and Display Options > Video Modes.

3. Auto HDR should now be automatically applied to the game.

How to turn your photos into negatives (LunaPic)

This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can quickly and easily convert your photos into negatives by using LunaPic.

1. To start off, open the LunaPic website. From there, upload your image file.

2. Next, hover the mouse cursor over to the Filters tab and then select Negative from the drop-down menu.

3. The image will then be processed into a negative.

Once the process has been completed, click on the Download Now link to download the newly edited photo.

How to change the frame rate in Xbox Series X version of Starfield

This Seeking Tech guide will explain how you can change the frame rate in the Xbox Series X version of Starfield.

1. Make sure you downloaded the latest patch for the game if you haven’t done so already.

2. You then need to go to the main menu. If you have loaded into the game, then you have to quit your sessions to head back.

3. From there, make your way to Settings and then Display.

4. You should find the Frame Rate Target setting in the Display section. You will be able to change the frame rate to 30 or 60 FPS.

If you have a 120 Hz screen, then you can change this setting to 40 or Uncapped.

5. Another new setting is V-SYNC, which caps the frame rate in order to prevent screen tearing.

6. The last option is Prioritize. If you are playing in a higher frame rate, then you should set this setting to Performance.