3,098
(1,000)

## Cosmo Run (Win 10)

There are a maximum of 22 Cosmo Run (Win 10) achievements worth 3,098 (1,000)

699 tracked gamers have this game, 11 have completed it (1.57%)

# Have You Lost It?361 (200)

### Die consequently with score of 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42

• Unlocked by 218 tracked gamers (31% - TA Ratio = 1.80) 699

## Achievement Guide for Have You Lost It?

Solution
To get this you need to score 4,8,15,16,23,42 in consecutive games, in other words 6 games in a row scoring those points in order.

Notes:
- Each corner gives you 1 point, each star gives you 3.
- If a star comes at an inconvenient time, so it will put you over the score you're aiming for, there is nothing you can do - you can't avoid hitting it. (There is a way to avoid some of the points just before it though, see what Noodles Jr says below)
- If you fail any of the 6 games, you will need to start from game 1 again.
- If you have reached the required points, but are heading towards a star, you can turn off the track right away without gaining a point.
- If you fall off before reaching the required score, you can use 'save me' and it will not void the achievement (Thanks DarqStalker & SquiggleBucket)

Noodles Jr says
I figured out a method that really, really helped me with this. If you notice that a star is coming up that would cause you to go over the required score, there IS a way to prevent it from going over that score. Every time you get to a spot where you would normally turn, instead of clicking, double tap the Window key and then click continue. The ball will turn but you wont get a point for it. You can use this to stop getting points until you reach the star, and this may prevent you from going overboard.
This achievement is an easter egg for the TV show Lost, these 6 numbers were a recurring theme in that show.
in addition to the other solution:

you need to earn a score of 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, & 42 in six consecutive games. turns are worth 1 point and stars are worth 3. very often you will get a star at an inappropriate time which will mess up your streak. for example you need 8, but after 6 turns you get a star, putting you at 9. sometimes, but not always, you can purposely fail by turning before you get to a star. turning and losing will not give you a point.

depending on how your particular brain works, you may find it hard to focus on the game while visually paying attention to the score. what i did was to count each time i turned, but quickly noticed adding 3 for the stars would make it hard to keep track. i noticed the stars usually come around the same time each game, so i started adjusting my count in advance. you will often get a star near to 8 points, and almost always one star before reaching 15 or 16. usually 2 stars before 23, and 3 or 4 before 42 points. to explain another way:

game 1: count 1, 2, 3, 4.
game 2: count 1, 2, 3... up to 8.
game 3: (start with 3 points for a star) count 4, 5, 6... up to 15.
game 4: (start with 3 points for a star) count 4, 5, 6... up to 16.
game 5: (start with 6 points for two stars) count 7, 8, 9... up to 23.
game 6: (start with 9 points for three stars) count 10, 11, 12... up to 42.

getting 42 can be tricky, as you will sometimes get 4 stars before reaching 42. you may want to start counting at 13, or just count from 10 and remember to stop at "39" if you get an extra star. same with 23, sometimes you will get 3 stars, in which case you would purposely lose once you reach "20" if you started counting at 7.

hope this tip helps.