- Estimated achievement difficulty: 9/10
- Offline: 20/20 (200)
- Online: 0/0 (0)
- Approximate amount of time to 200: 15+ hours (Completely depending on skill.)
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 (Story/Endless modes.)
- 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?: Windows 8 PC or Tablet
Gravity Guy is another great game from Miniclip. You control a boy who just escaped from prison and is fleeing from a pursuing guard. The only way to interact with your character is by tapping the screen, which causes him to jump and gravity to reverse. You hop back and forth, from floor to ceiling, completing levels that become progressively faster and more difficult. The game includes multiple single player game modes, as well as an un-enjoyable 4-player mode. Currently the game is listed at $3.99 in the Windows 8 Store.
Step 1: Complete Story Mode
Start Story Mode and complete both the Run and Rescue Chapters. Simple as you can die as much as you want.
Step 2: Endless Mode
Complete the four achievements related to this mode.
Step 3: Complete Story Mode Chapters without Dying
Complete Run and Rescue Chapters in one go (without dying).
Step 4: Mop-up
Complete any achievements you may have left. Once you master this game and finish Story Mode without dying, you will probably have all other achievements.
The concept of Gravity Guy is quite simple, but to master it is very difficult. The real challenging achievements in the game are completing each chapter of the Story Mode without dying. It will take many hours of practice and memorization to unlock them. Completing this game is not impossible, but considering less than 1% of players have done it according to TrueAchievements, it is definitely a hefty challenge.
MACRO INFORMATION If you have a non-RT version of Windows 8, you can download a macro recording program that will make some of the achievements slightly less time consuming to complete. Using a macro recorder, you can record you mouse movements and clicks. The recording can be looped indefinitely while you are away from you computer. This method is really only helpful for the repetitive grinding achievements. To find a decent program for free, just Google "Jbit Macro Recorder." I won't go into too much detail on how to use the programs. They are fairly self-explanatory. Just hit the record button, perform the task you want to do, hit stop, then hit play. The program will do all the tedious work for you while you are sleeping or go to school or work.
[x360a would like to thank Arsenic 17 for this Roadmap]