- Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 10 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 4-5 Hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: N/A
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: No
The Touryst is a bite-sized open world puzzle/adventure game. You are the Touryst, who has gone on a wonderful vacation only to stumble upon a mysterious old tourist and some even more mysterious monuments that are all more than what they seem. You will solve various puzzles helping numerous people along the way, while island hopping to the center of the mystery. What really are these monuments? Why are they here? And who created them...?
The game does not hold your hand. You will receive objectives and tasks in your To-Do list, but no waypoints or instructions. It is up to you to talk to the island inhabitants and use your observational skills to find the way forward. You will do minor fetch quests, solve puzzles, compete in a surf competition, and defeat bosses. There are only two achievements that are directly related to the main story, “Going to Ybiza” and “Let the sun shine”. Everything else is related to side objectives and completing entries in the To-Do list. You can play the game using this guide as you progress, or feel free to complete a blind playthrough and then back track from the end of the game for mop-up.
Most of the game is Mop-Up, as the main story is only a singular quest, and the To-Do list items make up the bulk of stuff to do in the game. You’ll want to find some coins in the sand (“Beach Gold”). While winning the surf competition is a task on the To-Do list, you’ll want to get good at surfing and complete a 540 degree turn (“540 Degrees”). You can let your artistic side show to earn “The Artist” and even become a musician “Drum Master”. Most of these count toward earning “Do It!” for completing 100% of the To-Do list.
The Touryst is a really fun, but short experience. The game gives you a plethora of different things to complete that are mostly unique from each other. While the main story is simple and intriguing, it serves as more of a backdrop for all the other things you can do. This is a solid puzzle adventure and another straightforward 1000.
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