- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
- Offline: 9 (140)
- Online: 3 (60)
- Approximate amount of time to 200: 5-10 hours with grinding and boosting.
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: Several
- Number of missable achievements: None
- Do cheat codes disable achievements: No Cheats
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Glitchy achievements: None
- Unobtainable achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: None
Brain Challenge is an arcade game that tests your "brain usage" through a series of mini games, daily tests, and various trivia challenges. The road to 200 is not a fun one. The game gets rather tedious long before you hit 100% brain usage and win 100 online matches, but with some grinding, this 200 will come easily.
Step 1: Daily Tests:
The first thing to do is to start playing daily tests. While they're called 'daily tests', you can actually do multiple a day, but after your first test, you will only go up by 1-2% per session. After your first Daily Test, you will receive "First Touch." From there on, you're going to net "20% Brain Usage," "40% Brain Usage," "60% Brain Usage," "80% Brain Usage," and "100% Brain Usage." Do not expect to fly through these, or earn them all in one sitting. It's best to play a few daily tests, then go on to the other game modes, and alternate back and forth until you're ready to mop up what's remaining.
Step 2: Training
Training becomes available every time you unlock a new mini-game in the Daily Test mode. Pick the game you're best at and get an A+ for the "A+" achievement. Training is also a good place to go for "Combo" if you didn't get it naturally in the Daily Tests. Lastly, you'll aim for "Brain Master," but before you have a shot at it, you must unlock all mini-games in the Daily Test mode.
Step 3: Online
Next comes the online portion of the game. You'll likely want to jump on the Achievement Trading Thread to find a partner. Here, you're going to want to finish one online match ("Online!"), win 10 matches in a row "Brain Lord!" and finally, win 100 matches "The One!"
This will not be a quick and painless 200, but it's not overly difficult. The hardest achievements will be "A+" and "100% Brain Usage," but with time and practice, even these doozies won't be out of reach.
[XBA would like to thank BadWolfTommie for this Roadmap]