Necrophage33 Posted September 26, 2019 Share Posted September 26, 2019 (edited) Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty: 1/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating] - Offline: 13 [1000:1gs:] - Online: 0 - Approximate amount of time to 1000:1gs:: 1-2 hours [Estimated Time to 100%] - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None - Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Extra equipment needed: None Introduction: Welcome to The Tower of Beatrice, a first person point and click adventure game that takes the form of escape rooms, with each level consisting of you trying to figure out how to open the door to escape. With a guide, this game and its achievements have virtually no difficulty. All achievements are story related, and no actions in the game are timed or require any skill. All you need to do is complete the game to unlock all achievements. Let's get started. Abbreviated Walkthrough: Since every achievement in the game is story related, there isn't much to go over here. A full video walkthrough can be found in the "Exit" achievement solution, which will eliminate any difficulty in the game. Just be aware that the controls are a little annoying if you don't know what to expect. You don't have free movement of your cursor. Instead, it stays locked on various points you can interact with. The game doesn't tell you this, but the only way to move the cursor is to use the left thumbstick to the left or right. Up and down don't do anything, so you essentially need to "scroll through" the points using left and right to get to the point you need to interact with. With that in mind, simply complete the game, following the walkthrough or consulting it as you see fit, and once you've completed the game you'll have unlocked all of the achievements. Conclusion: The Tower of Beatrice is a mediocre point and click adventure game at best. The controls make the game much less enjoyable than others where you have free control over your cursor. I found not much to be enjoyable about this game other than the fast gamerscore and completion it offered. With a walkthrough, you'll have this game completed in under a couple hours as well. Edited October 23, 2019 by Necrophage33 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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