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Cuboid Trophy Guide

January 17, 2009
Very Ancient Looking

Will melt your brain

The Cuboid Trophy Guide is very straight forward & short.  After the Break you will find the trophy list with tips for completing certain challenges.

The majority of the trophies just require practice/gaining experience with the game, thus a good number  of the trophies do not have any tips

Ring (Bronze): Complete ‘Ring’ Level.

Take the Top Path

Goblet (Bronze): Complete ‘Goblet’ Level.

Your first move should be to move “up” one space.

Rod (Bronze): Complete ‘Rod’ Level.

Collect 3 move enhancers, the very top right square has to be stood on to complete the level

Sword (Bronze): Complete ‘Sword’ Level.

You can and should collect the move enhancer

Shield (Bronze): Complete ‘Shield’ Level.

Crown (Bronze): Complete ‘Crown’ Level.

Bronze Master (Bronze): Collect 20 bronze medals in Expert or 30 in Beginner mode.

Silver Master (Bronze): Collect 15 silver medals in Expert or 20 in Beginner mode.

Gold Master (Bronze): Collect 10 gold medals in Expert or 15 in Beginner mode.

Speed Master (Bronze): Complete 20 levels with lightning speed.

There is a very easy/very cheap way of improving your time.  When you are making your final move into the glowing space, press the Playstation Button (PS Button, the one in the middle of the controller).  Pressing the button will stop the timer but allow the game to move through the finish level animation.  This generally takes 3 seconds, 3seconds that is added to your complete time.  The PS button allows you to stop the game from counting these 3 seconds, thus maximizing your end time.

Equilibrist (Silver): Complete 15 levels in a row without falling.

My tip for this trophy is to complete the first 15 levels of the game in Beginner (Not counting Ring) first, then go back and completing them again, making sure you don’t fall

Ground Breaker (Bronze): Began playing Cuboid.

Abyss (Bronze): 50 falls.

Take a few minutes and fall off the edge over & over again

Determined (Bronze): Spent 8 hours playing Cuboid.

Beginner Master (Silver): Complete All Beginner levels.

Expert Master (Silver): Complete All Expert levels.

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