eastx Posted July 8, 2012 Share Posted July 8, 2012 (edited) Zuma's Revenge Achievement Guide and Road Map Overview: -Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10 (3/10 if we exclude Fe Frog) -Offline: 19 (360http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg) -Online: 1 - Challenge Accepted (40http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg) -Approximate amount of time to 400http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg: 8+ hours (and five weeks for Challenge Accepted) -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+ -Number of missable achievements: 0 -Do cheat codes disable achievements? No cheats -Does difficulty affect achievements? No difficulty adjustment -Glitchy achievements: None -Unobtainable achievements? None -Extra equipment needed? None Introduction PopCap, makers of Peggle and Plants vs. Zombies, is back at last with Zuma's Revenge, the sequel to Zuma Deluxe (a launch XBLA title). Remember how impossible Zuma Deluxe's Achievements were? Well, the difficulty of Revenge's Adventure Mode has actually been rebalanced to accommodate for controllers being less precise than computer mice, making it a lot more fun on the 360. That rebalancing includes four Spirit Animals who can be leveled up to provide score and gameplay bonuses. Plus you don't need to beat more than one level in a row to save your progress in Revenge (except in Iron Frog Mode). Check out my full review for more details. Now get ready for some Zuma! Step 1: Adventure Mode Play through all sixty stages of Adventure, battling bosses after every 10 levels. As you gain Spirit Animals and level them up with Spirit Badges earned from levels, go back and replay levels whose Badges you missed. Also, once you unlock Weekly Challenge Mode, play that week's challenge and get its Badges, then return to Adventure. This mode should take about six hours, depending on your skill level. Step 2: Weekly Challenge Mode You'll have to play five weekly challenges for the Challenge Accepted Achievement, meaning it will take five weeks to get this one. The actual challenges don't take long and offer two Spirit Badges apiece for completion (if you haven't already beaten the same level - no getting extra badges from doing the same level twice), so they're definitely worthwhile. Will you have all the other Achievements before the five weeks are up? Step 3: Boss Rush Mode After beating Adventure Mode, Boss Rush unlocks. A simple string of boss battles, this will take less than ten minutes to beat, netting you the Amphibian Assassin Achievement. Step 4: Iron Frog Mode And now for the last. Iron Frog Mode is the game's toughest challenge. 10 brutal levels on a single life - it's like playing Zuma Deluxe all over again! Make sure you've mastered the rest of the game, earned as many badges as possible, and keep trying until Fe Frog is yours. Conclusion Zuma's Revenge is a charming and addictive puzzle game. I fear many players will give up on Iron Frog Mode, but even 390http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg isn't bad! Edited October 1, 2012 by eastx Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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