- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [with a guide; 4/10 without] [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 10 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 2-3 hours [with a guide; 3-4 hours without] [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: None [chapter select]
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
Welcome to The Pedestrian, a 2D puzzle game where, for most levels, the level itself is broken up into pieces and you need to figure out how to connect them such that you can move between each piece as needed to proceed. Frankly, this is a great puzzle game that I would highly recommend to fans of the genre, but due to its nature you can also simply follow a video guide for the entirely of the game, removing all difficulty and making this a pretty quick and easy completion. It's up to you how you'd like to complete this game. Let's get started.
As noted above, because this is a linear puzzle game, you can actually use a video guide to complete the entire game quite quickly and with no real difficulty whatsoever. However, the puzzle fan in me would caution you against that, as you'll miss out on a fun game. If you're just here for fast and easy gamerscore though, a video guide is available in Apartment (100G) to follow along with.
All achievements in the game are essentially story related. The only one that could potentially be an exception to that is Skyline cake (100G). It is technically possible to complete the game without unlocking this achievement, but that would require you to not progress as the game intends and to use some creativity to avoid playing one of the levels. Skyline cake (100G) has more information on this, and a screenshot of where to obtain this achievement. If you do somehow manage to complete the game without playing the level for this achievement, you can always mop it up with chapter select after completing your playthrough.
So that's all that's needed for this completion. Play through and complete the game, and you'll have all achievements in a couple of hours. There are a handful of secrets to discover too, but there are no achievements tied to them.
The Pedestrian is, in my opinion, a really good puzzle game. The game looks great, plays great, has a good variety and complexity of puzzles, and is fun to play. My only gripe is that it's a bit short, and the end was really cool - something I thought could've been utilized further to add more content. Even without a guide, there's a good chance you could complete this game in a sitting or two, and with a guide it should only take a couple of hours for the full gamerscore. Hope you enjoyed this completion!