- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 15 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 1-2 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 through all ten races in Adventure Mode, 9 races in Quick Race, and one splitscreen race
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No - all races can be played on Easy difficulty without impacting achievements
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: A total of four controllers for All together (80G)
Welcome to Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers, a racing game for kids modeled after the TV show. The game comes with three modes: quick races against the AI, a splitscreen mode to race locally against friends, and an adventure mode to win races and ultimately win the championships. As you may expect from a kids' game, this game is very easy and very short as well. One playthrough of Adventure mode on Easy will net you most of the achievements. You'll then need to play a single 4-player splitsceen race, and then nine very short Quick Races to unlock all of the STEM images. Average gamers will be able to get this completion in around an hour. Let's get started.
Note that this game defines "winning" a race as finishing in the top three. This applies to every race and achievement in the game except for the final race in Adventure Mode because you only have one opponent (and therefore actually need to beat that one opponent).
As noted above, there are three game types for achievements:
Adventure Mode - simply play through all ten races in this mode, using whichever truck you want, and playing on Easy difficulty. This will win all of the championships and unlock multiple other achievements. During your time in this mode, hit all of the ramps you can (you need to use 30 cumulatively for Blaaazing speed! (80G)) and use your special ability every time you build up 10 wrenches to work towards A skill for everyone (80G), which requires 10 cumulative uses of your special ability. That's all there is to this mode. Just be aware that you need to do each set of three races consecutively. You can't choose each one separately for each championship. Lastly, I recommend doing this step first, as the final race track you unlock in Adventure Mode is the shortest, making the next two modes as fast as possible.
Quick Races - this is where you can unlock the STEM images for Good to know! (40G) and Like a scientist (80G). You unlock one simply by finishing in the top three of any race. The fastest way to win them all is to create a custom race with one lap and just play it nine times (there are nine STEM images to unlock) on Easy difficulty to finish up this mode.
Play With Friends - this is spliscreen mode, and you'll need four controllers to unlock one of the achievements. You'll need to win a race in this mode, and just play a four player race (hence needing four controllers). Since this is local only, simply let "yourself" win a four player race and you'll be done with this mode.
And that's all there is to this completion. If you skipped the tutorial in the beginning, you can play it quick to unlock Just the beginning (40G).
A very simple, fast, and easy completion, as one might expect from a game geared toward kids. The price point of $40 is a bit ridiculous for such a small amount of content, so I highly recommend waiting for a sale unless you're desperate for this game for some reason. Congrats on a very fast and easy completion.