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The aim of this guide is to clearly explain where each of the 100 crystals are, and where the 8 starseeds are.

Because the world is 3D I could not make a simple overhead map. So the locations in this guide will be organised firstly by height, and then the larger locations will be be broken down into smaller subareas to make things easier to follow. I will say how many crystals each location/area has, and say where they are, ilustrating them with screenshots.

There are 4 key milestones in your journey

  1. The ground level
  2. The 1st Big Floating island
  3. The 2nd Big Floating island
  4. Meteor Belt

Between each of these there are a number of different floating islands.

Each section of this guide talks about one of the milestones, or the floating islands between them. The final section will detail the locations of the starseeds.

If there are places where this guide is unclear then please let me know in the comments.

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  • If you’re finding getting to a crystal too difficult then come back later. The control system of the game can be somewhat tricky, but as you play more and get more upgrades by collecting crystals you will find it easier to move around and get to the tricky crystals.

Listen for the crystals. You can sometimes tell that a crystal is close by listening for a tinkling sound that it emits.

Look out for the blue glow. Sometimes you won’t be able to see a crystal but you can see the blue glow that it emits. This can be particularly helpful if the crystals are buried.

If you’re not sure which crystals you’re missing then take advantage of the crystal detector. Once you get 50 crystals you will get an upgrade which tells you if a crystal is close. When you have the upgrade and are close to a crystal, bars will appear in the bottom right of the screen that indicate how close you are to a crystal, the closer you are the more bars (See pic below).
If you’re missing only a few crystals and aren’t sure which then a good idea is to use the glide leaf to fly near floating islands and use the detector to help you decide if there’s a crystal there or not.
Thanks to @GeeTee and @Flasky for this last tip.

Note: I believe this feature was added in an update and wasn’t available in the original version (which is why the bars are missing from all the other screenshots), but I cannot find any information about when it was added.

This level contains 17 crystals in total: 4 in the rockstacks, 10 in the desert and the surrounding mountain, and 3 in the cave. It also contains teleporter 1 and 2. The map below shows the location of all the crystals in the main area. See below for decriptions and pictures of their locations.

  1. In front of you as you start the game.
  2. On top of the rock stack that is directly in front of you as you start the game.
  3. At the top of one of the very small floating islands, just after you get your first fall flower. Most easy to get to by falling down to this rock from the higher rock stack/floating island nearby.
  4. At the base of one of the rock stacks, (inside the one that forms an arch).

Desert and surrounding mountains

  1. Attached to the mountain side that is to the right as you fall off the rock stacks. It is on the side facing the sea.
  2. Attached to the underside of a rock arch close to the teleporter 2.
  3. On the side of the small mountain side near the base of the star plant.

Crystals 4 and 5 are beneath the rock pile that is beneath the star plant.

  • This one is close to easiest to get to if you move some of the rocks on the side furthest from the mountain out of the way.
  • This one is close to the mountain side, and is easiest to get to by squeezing between the wall and the rocks rather than trying to move them all out of the way.
  • Near the roots of the star plant, on the side of the mountain
  • Near the base of the star plant, beneath an rock outcrop
  • On top of the mountain to your left after you fall off the rock stacks.
  • Attached to the mountainside to your left after you fall off the rock stacks.
  • Near the entrance of the cave that’s in the big mountain. The entrance of the cave faces the sea.
    1. On the right as you enter the cave, on the ceiling. On one side of the bridge made from floating rocks.
    2. On the other side of the bridge made from floating rocks.
    3. On ceiling at the very back of the cave.

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystal from the previous section you should have 17 crystals.

    There are 6 crystals in this section. They are spread between the 6 islands as shown below.

    (Energy rocks are the green glowing islands that you need to guide the shoots of the star plant to them to make them plant grow)

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 54m

    1. On the side of the floating island, very near the fall flowers.

    Floating island (energy rock)– Height 105m

    1. On a rock on top of this island, near a cactus.

    Floating island – Height 117m
    Contains the 3rd teleporter

    1. Next to the cactus.

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 145m

    1. On the side of the island closest to the star plant – need to retake this picture

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 164m

    1. On a rock on the surface
    2. On a rock on the surface

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystals from the previous sections you should have 23 crystals.

    There are 20 crystals on this island in total: 6 on the underside, 6 inside the cave and 8 on its surface. It contains teleporter 4.

    Underside

    1. On the underside of the island, same side as waterfall coming from the cave mouth
    2. On the underside of the island, same side as waterfall coming from the cave mouth
    3. On the underside of the island, at the mouth of the cave
  • On the underside of the island, opposite side as waterfall coming from the cave mouth
  • On the underside of the island, opposite side as waterfall coming from the cave mouth
  • On the underside of the island, opposite side as waterfall coming from the cave mouth
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    1. If you enter the cave from the waterfall then it is on the wall to your right
    2. If you enter the cave from the waterfall then it is in front of you as you enter
    3. Hanging from a stalactite
    4. On the ceiling above the entrance where the waterfall is
    5. On the wall above the exit to the chain of small floating islands
    6. On the wall on the way to the exit to the top of the big floating island
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    Surface of island

    1. On a ledge on the side of the floating island, on the same side as the waterfall that comes from the pool.
    2. On the top of the island, beneath the cluster of tall mushrooms
    3. On top of the island on a ledge, with mushrooms on
    4. On the underside of the rock arch, above the teleporter
    5. On the side of the rocks by the teleporter
    6. On the very top of the mountain on this island
    7. On the side of the rock, beneath one of the ledges.
    8. There is a chain of small floating islands that is accessible from the cave, this crystal is on the one furthest from the big island.

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystals from the previous sections you should have 43 crystals.

    There are 12 crystals in this section. They are spread among the 12 islands shown below.

    Floating island – Height 421m

    1. Next to the fall flower

    Floating island – Height 426

    1. On top of the island on the side of a rock

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 461

    1. On the side of the island

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 469

    1. On top of the island, on a rock next to the giant mushroom.

    Floating island – Height 505

    1. On top of the island.

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 536

    1. On top of the island on a rock.
    2. On the bottom of the small floating rock directly beneath the island.

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 549

    1. On top of the island, on the lowest of the three plateux.
    2. On top of the island, slightly jutting off the edge

    Floating island (energy rock) – Height 569

    1. On top of the island, on a rock next to the giant mushroom.

    Floating island – Height 642

    1. On the wall above the carrots.

    Floating island – Height 722

    1. On the side of the island.

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystals from the previous sections you should have 55 crystals.

    This island contains 24 crystals: there are 14 crystals on the surface of the island, 1 crystal in the cave whose entrance is in the cavern, 5 crystals in the cave whose entrance is by the river (Note: there is another entrance where the plant passes through the island, but using the entrance by the river is much easier), 4 crystals on the underside of the island (Note: a good way to get to three of the crystals on the underside of the island is to go through the hole in the bottom of the cave whose entrance is by the river).

    Surface of island

    1. On the underside near where the canyon is.
    2. On top of one of the trees.
    3. On the wall of the cavern.
    4. On the side of the mountain.
    5. On the side of the mountain, next to the pool.
    6. On a rock where the river meets the pool in the river.
    7. On a rock in the river, under one of the floating stone bridges.
    8. On the underside of one of the stone bridges.
    9. On the side of the mountain, near the top.
    10. Near the start of the river, on the underside of a rock outcrop.
    11. On the side of the floating island, near the bottom.
    12. On the top of one of the grassy rocks at the edge, with no trees on.
    13. Down one of the holes, visible from above.
    14. On the underside of the rocks at the edge.

    Cave in cavern

    How to find the cave in the cavern:

    Stand at the point shown where BUD is standing in the first picture below, walk forward to where the arrow is. You should now be standing where the arrow is in the second picture below, you are directly next to the entrance of the cave in the cavern. Turn 90 degrees right and walk forward until you fall off the platform you’re standing on. You should now be where BUD is in the third picture below, and directly in front of the entrance of the cave.

    Where the crystal is in the cave in the cavern:

    1. Hidden behind a floating rock, push it up from the bottom to move it.

    Cave whose entrance is by river

    1. At the back of the cave, above the hole which gives access to the lower level of the cave.
    2. On the lower level of the cave (the level where the bull is)
    3. On the lower level of the cave (the level where the bull is)
    4. Crystal on underside of the top of the entrance from the where the starplant passes through this level
    5. Crystal on underside of one the rocks from the where the starplant passes through this level – this relatively easy to get to from crystal 4.

    Underside of the island.

    1. On the island with a fly leaf, very close to one of the stalagtites on the underside of the big floating island
    2. Near the tip of one of the stalagtites near crystal 1
    3. Near crystal 2, high up
    4. Where the star plant passes through the rock, near the smaller nearby floating islands which have lots of mushrooms on them i.e. floating islands of height 642 and 722
      I think the easiest way to get this crystal is to use the fly leaf to fly from island 642 or 722 toward where it is, stop using the leaf while you’re still in the air and you’re about to hit the island, then grip on and climb to the crystal is.

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystals from the previous sections you should have 79 crystals.

    There are 13 crystals in this section. They are spread among the 10 islands shown below. Note that there are two islands at height 1257.

    Floating island – height 769m

    1. On the side of the island.

    Floating island (energy rock) – height 933m

    1. On the top of the island, on the wall up to the highest plateu.
    2. On the side of the floating island.

    Floating island – height 965m

    1. Under the pink bushes.
    2. At the bottom of the island with the spoon plant.

    Floating island (energy rock) – height 1035m

    1. On the side of the big rock on the island.
    2. Just above the lower plateau.

    Floating island (energy rock) – height 1257m
    Does not contain a teleporter

    1. Inside a snapdragon.

    Floating island – height 1257m
    Contains teleporter 7
    This is really 3 islands (the top one’s hight is 1257)

    1. On the side of the middle of the 3 islands. Just below the edge.

    Floating island (energy rock) – height 1319m

    1. On the side of the island.

    Floating island (energy rock) – height 1368m

    1. On top of the island inside one of the snap dragons.
    2. On the underside of the island.

    Floating island – height 1390m

    1. Beneath a pile of rocks, and inside a snap dragon.

    Running total of crystals: If you have all the crystals from the previous sections you should have 92 crystals.

    The meteor belt contains 8 crystals and teleporter 8.

    1. Medium meteor right next to meteor with the teleporter
    2. Small meteor very close to meteor with the teleporter
    3. Small meteor near and at (roughly the same height as) the meteor with the teleporter on it.
    4. On one of the small rotating meteors below the energy rock meteor that is closer to the teleporter
    5. On the side of the big meteor near the energy rock meteor that is closer to the teleporter
    6. On small meteor near the energy rock meteor that is further from the teleporter
    7. Small meteor above the energy rock meteor that is further from the teleporter
    8. Large meteor above the energy rock meteor that is further from the teleporter,

    Note: if you drop a starseed in the sea then it will wash up on the shore.

    1. Ground: sitting on a floating rock just above the beach
    2. Floating island height 117: in the arms of the cactus
    3. 1st Big floating island: on a ledge just above the chain of small floating islands.
    4. Floating island height 421: where all the little floating rocks are
    5. 2nd Big floating island near the forest, where all the spikey bouncy bushes are.
    6. 2nd Big floating island in the canyon.
    7. Floating island height 1257m (not energy rock): on the lower level, inside a snapdragon
    8. Meteor belt: On the meteor with a teleporter on it.

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    You Can Easily Grow These 10 Vegetables at Home. Here’s How

    Did you know that you can grow fresh organic mint in just water? Check out other easy hacks like these to grow your own vegetables at home. #UrbanGarden

    • Post author:Sayantani Nath
    • Post published: July 1, 2020
    • Post category:organic farming

    A re you someone who is tired of filling their grocery bags with shrivelled, frozen vegetables dubbed as ‘organic’? You are definitely not alone. In the pursuit of fresh, organic produce, city-dwellers often have to suffice themselves with overpriced and subpar vegetables, greens and fruits from the supermarkets or grocery delivery apps.

    But, there is an easy solution. Why not grow your own vegetables? Before you dismiss the idea with the fear of having a ‘brown thumb’, we have for you some easy hacks to create your own vegetable garden.

    All you need are some planters, some potting soil, seeds or saplings and a little patience.

    You have got yourself a little garden that can fill up your plates with healthy food before you know it.

    The Better India talked to two urban gardeners, Anu Chhabra from Bengaluru and Ganga Nath from Kolkata, who shared tips and tricks of growing the ten easiest vegetables in your rooftop, balcony or kitchen garden.

    1. Chilli

    This quintessential ingredient of Indian cuisine is extremely easy to grow. You can procure the seeds for the same from dried red chillies in your kitchen.

    • Mix equal amounts of cocopeat, compost and perlite (or tiny pieces of thermocol).
    • Put the potting mix in a small pot and soak it in ample water overnight.
    • Next day, press each of the chilli seeds gently into the soft soil and cover it with mulch/hay.
    • Water daily till the seeds germinate into tiny saplings.
    • As soon as the leaves appear, transfer each sapling to a bigger pot with a height of at least 20 inches.
    • Water daily till the plant flowers. Reduce the frequency of watering after flowering happens. Harvest fresh chillies when fruited.

    2. Tomato

    From a bowl of garden salad to a delectable gravy, tomato is indispensable in almost every cuisine. Here’s how you can easily grow your own tomatoes at home.

    • Prepare the potting mix by mixing sand, red soil, compost, cocopeat and neem cake in the ratio 30:20:20:20:10.
    • Sow the tomato seeds in the potting mix, equidistant from one another. Sprinkle with water after sowing.
    • Mulch the seeds with hay/dried leaves and cover partially to create a semi-greenhouse effect.
    • Continue spraying water every 2-3 days till the seeds sprout. After four sets of true leaves appear, transplant the sapling into a big pot and stake it with sticks on all 4 sides.
    • Add a handful of compost to the tomato plant once in a week till it flowers.
    • Since the tomato plant is vulnerable to attacks by mealybugs and leaf miners, spray diluted neem oil in dish-wash solution once in 15 days.

    3. Brinjal

    Craving for that fragrant baingan ka bharta or a regal plate of kathirikai kulambu ? Now you can handpick the brinjals straight from your home garden. Here’s how:

    • Soak brinjal seeds overnight and sow them in well-drained soil.
    • Prepare a potting mix with 30 per cent soil, 20 per cent compost, 20 per cent cocopeat, 20 per cent sand and 10 per cent neem cake powder.
    • Once the saplings reach a height of 5-6 inches, transplant them into the new potting mix. You can accompany them with companion plants like tomato, cabbage, broccoli, etc.
    • After the plant has started flowering, control the amount of water given daily.
    • Fold the flowers and gently rub them to induce pollination.
    • For nutrition, add a handful of compost/banana peels/Jeevamrutham/eggshells/Panchagavya alternatively to the plant once every week.

    4. Coriander

    Who doesn’t love fragrant and fresh coriander on a steaming bowl of gravy or on a tropical salad? These tiny leaves are bound to add a beautiful aroma every dish they are added to. And it’s extremely easy to grow them on your own.

    • Take a handful of coriander seeds and press them slightly to break them into two. So ak the broken seeds in water overnight.
    • Mix sand, red soil, cocopeat, neem cake and compost in equal quantities to make the potting mix.
    • Drain this potting mix well and scrape lines through it to sow the seeds.
    • Spread the seeds evenly along the scraped lines. Cover the seeds lightly with soil and dry leaves. Sprinkle with a little water.
    • After the seeds have sprouted, spray with diluted buttermilk or Panchagavya once every 15 days. Do not overwater the plants.
    • Harvest the Coriander once it’s ready.

    Coriander seedling

    5. Bitter gourd

    Unpopular opinion – there is nothing that can match up to crisp fried bitter gourd with piping hot rice! And growing the vegetable is also a cakewalk.

    • Soak the seeds overnight and sow them in small pots, such that only two seeds are sowed together.
    • Prepare a potting mix with 30 per cent red soil, 20 per cent compost, 20 per cent cocopeat, 20 per cent sand and 10 per cent neem cake. Water this mix thoroughly and keep it aside.
    • Gently remove a sapling from the small pot with the soil and transfer it into a bigger pot.
    • Insert sticks into the soil to support the creeper.
    • Keep pinching the side stems so that the main stem grows up to 6-7 feet. Add a handful of compost once every week.
    • Remove the leaves near the base of the plant to avoid any infection. Pinch the tip of the plant once it reaches a height of 7-8 feet.
    • Once the female flowers appear, hand-pollinate them with the male flowers. Female flowers can be identified by the presence of a small fruit beneath them, which is absent in the male flowers. Cover the pollinated flower to avoid attack by fruit flies.
    • Harvest the bitter gourds once ready. For procuring seeds, leave one or two bitter gourds on the plant itself till they are completely yellow.

    6. Cucumber

    High in potassium and Vitamin K, cucumber is another indispensable element in almost all world cuisines. Consumed raw, this crunchy goodness is better when it comes fresh from your garden.

    • Soak cucumber seeds overnight before sowing them.
    • Use a good quality potting mix with one part each of soil, compost, perlite and cocopeat.
    • Using thumb, make 5 mm depressions in the soil to sow the cucumber seeds. Cover with loose soil and water gently so as not to expose the seeds. The soil should be kept moist at all times.
    • After the seeds germinate and at least four true leaves appear, transfer the saplings into bigger pots.
    • Expose the plant to direct sunlight at least 6-8 hours in a day.
    • Manual pollination by hand might be required to ensure fruiting. Harvest the fruits when ready.

    7. Mint

    Perhaps the easiest plant in the list to nurture at home since you do not even need soil for it!

    • Keep aside a few sprigs of mint from a fresh bunch you got from the market.
    • Choose a healthy, thick stem and make a cut at around 15 cm along the length, below the node. Remove a few leaves gently from the cutting.
    • Put a few such cuttings in a glass of clean water. Keep indoors, away from sunlight.
    • In a few days, the cuttings will sprout new leaves and grow roots. You can use the leaves directly or transplant the saplings into fresh potting soil.

    8. Spinach

    From baby spinach in salads to spinachy goodness in pasta alfredo, the iron-packed powerhouse leafy green is a must-have in your home garden. The upside is that it grows really fast too!

    • Prepare a potting mix using well-drained loamy soil enriched with organic compost.
    • Sow the spinach seeds gently in rows or blocks around 1-1.5 feet apart, cover loosely with soil and water well till germination.
    • Once true leaves start appearing, space out the saplings around six inches apart to allow ample space for each plant.
    • Keep under direct daytime exposure to sunlight or partial shade.
    • Pick the leaves whenever needed. Leaves will continue to regrow until the end of the season.

    9. Radish

    Quite the underrated ingredient in the Indian culinary scene, radish can find itself relished in a variety of ways depending upon the region. What few people know is that it is super easy to grow at home as well.

    • Use a well-draining red potting soil rich in organic homemade compost and mixed with cocopeat.
    • Sow the seeds by making dents of around 0.5 inches in the soil, at a gap of 1 inch.
    • Once the seeds germinate in about a week, separate the seedlings around 2 – 4 inches apart. Ideally, potting containers of around 20 litres should be used for growing the long, white variety of indigenous radish.
    • Add vermicompost after about a week. Water regularly
    • Harvest after about a month. In some cuisines of India (eg. Bengali), radish leaves are also consumed often as a delicious saga .

    Radish saplings

    10. Capsicum

    The more popular cousin of chilli has now become an integral element in Indian kitchens, and urban gardens as well. Know how to grow them.

    • For preparing the potting mix, add cocopeat/peat moss, vermiculite (or perlite) and neem cake to the potting soil.
    • Best time to sow capsicum seeds are late winter, spring and the beginning of summer. It thrives well in moderate temperatures.
    • Use a seedling tray to sow the seeds initially and cover the tray with a plastic wrap to retain the soil moisture.
    • Once the seeds germinate in 10-15 days, keep the tray in a sunlit area after removing the plastic cover.
    • Transplant the saplings in larger containers once true leaves appear. Cover the soil loosely with potting mix.
    • Maintain a strict watering schedule. Use a water-soluble organic fertilizer every two weeks.
    • Fresh capsicum will grow fully in around 60 to 90 days.

    Did you know that you can grow fresh organic mint in just water? Check out other easy hacks like these to grow your own vegetables at home. #UrbanGarden