- Estimated achievement difficulty: 1/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 13 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: <1 hour [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: Mode select until done
- Missable achievements: Technically all of them, if you don't try to play normally
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: 1 extra controller
Batu Ta Batu is a colorful tile puzzle game from one up to four players. Slide, combine and match the tiles of the same color through hundreds of levels and several game modes! Batu Ta Batu (“join and join” in Basque) is an exciting puzzle game where you can play solo or join other players for a crazy challenge.
As stated in the Overview, technically all of the achievements in this game are missable. They're all action specific or mode specific. The guide explains how to get them all.
This is a fun puzzle game where your objective is to match small squares of the same color and then slide those larger matches in one of four directions in order to score points and add time to your game. The game is actually super fun and the only challenge is really the clock and your ability to match and slide. You gain points by matching squares to their respective areas. HOWEVER, you don't get points for solo squares. You need at least 2 squares combined (for 1 longer rectangle) and of course more points are awarded for bigger "batus" like a 2x2 full grid square.
I recommend you start out with five games of Endless Mode, which will get you two achievements just for playing the tutorial and the five games. From there, you will learn the mechanics and figure out the scoring. While doing these games, you will probably earn another three or four achievements naturally. Then you can look at your list and knock out the remainder, once you have a firm grasp of the game. You can complete this in under an hour, even without a guide or video.
You need one controller to play a local 1v1 game in order to get two achievements. See below for more info on those achievements.
You can tackle the achievements in any order you prefer. I'd suggest you play Endless five times (for an achievement) and learn the game that way. Then progress with specific goals for achievements you didn't earn naturally up until this point.
Overall, this was actually a very fun puzzle game. The achievements should come naturally while playing and you can get the game done within an hour for the full 1000 without any help or guides. However, there is a video link below if you need it. The game was fun and you can always compete against a friend or spouse once you've completed the game, which makes the replay value for this easy completion quite high. Think "Tetris" or "Puzzle Bobble" or other puzzle games where score is important. That's how this game works.