3,801
(1,000)

## Cosmo Run (Win 10)

There are a maximum of 22 Cosmo Run (Win 10) achievements worth 3,801 (1,000)

577 tracked gamers have this game, 5 have completed it (0.87%)

# Battlecruiser1,604 (150)

### Score a total of 200000 points

• Unlocked by 5 tracked gamers (1% - TA Ratio = 10.69) 577

## Achievement Guide for Battlecruiser

Solution
This is less of a guide and more focused on discussing/estimating your time and commitment required to reach this achievement.

So the "milestone" score achievements are 2k, 20k, and 200k. Simple math and you see 1%, 10% and finally 100% to get to 200k.

If you can get the 180s survival achievement, then you will likely be able to average 300-400 points a round. The difference between the beginning and when you hit that range is that the multi-square stretches on the same surface angle or non-turns become less frequent. This is really a question of how long you can concentrate on the board and moves at each moment.

Just for some math of how many rounds this will take, here is your number based on an average score:
100 points = 2000 rounds
200 points = 1000 rounds
300 points = 667 rounds
400 points = 500 rounds
500 points = 400 rounds
600 points = 334 rounds

Just some tips:
-This is going to take a while. You will need to slowly work up your average. Getting to 200 on average took about 100+ rounds for me. By the time you hit 200 on 3 consecutive runs, you will be close to being able to extend runs to the 300-400 range as the difficulty doesn't ramp up much further.
-Consider star paths. The extra stars will quickly earn you extra points rather than needing to get up to the further stages of the game.
-Judiciously use a single revive in runs. The further into a run you are, the more turns and thus points that are available. If you reach 300 and die, consider using a revive so you are still in the high point areas. If you fail again, don't waste more stars. The revive cost increases by 100 stars each time you revive in a run. If you die at less than 100 (brain fart), just restart. Shadow Kisuragi recommends that if you reach 1000 points in a run, definitely do not use a revive as the level generates so late that you likely will die before getting much further. As such, focus on using the revives around the 300-400 range.

It's going to take a while, but shouldn't be too bad if you work at it.
This method is a fairly slow one, but as of now, it's getting me about 10000 points per day, without me needing to actually ever play the game.

It uses a macro, so you're going to need to download a program called TinyTask (http://www.vtaskstudio.com/support.php). In the TinyTask settings, turn Continuous Playback on, and change the recording hotkey to Prnt Screen (I had issues getting any others keys to work). Now load up Cosmo Run.

Get to the screen where you see "Play Solo". This is where you're going to start the recording of the macro. Ideally, you want the macro to be as quick as possible, as that will get you points quicker. Here's all you're going to have to do:

1) Press Prnt Screen to start recording
2) Click "Play Solo"
3) Click the left mouse button when the ball reaches the fourth tile, then click again on the fifth tile (this should end the run).
4) When the "Try Again" screen pops up, WAIT ONE FULL SECOND before clicking "Try Again". This is because on occasion, a free gift will appear on this screen, which causes the "Try Again" to take slightly longer to appear. If you don't wait for that one full second, the macro will fail once you get your first gift (probably after 5-10 minutes).
5) When the "Play Solo" screen has fully loaded, hit Prnt Screen to end the recording.

Overall, my macro turned out to be 6 seconds long. Memorize the steps and try to get yours to be around that long as well, for maximum point-getting.

Now, you're only getting 1 point per run, which doesn't sound like much. BUT, whenever you aren't using your computer, load up the game and run the macro (Ctrl+Shift+Alt+P to start/stop it). You'll be getting ~600 points an hour. So, if you leave this macro running while you're sleeping/at work or school/doing something that doesn't involve your computer, you can get this achievement done in under a month, most likely. 16 hours and 40 minutes of this macro per day will get you the achievement in 20 days, leaving you with 7 hours and 20 minutes to use it per day. The amount of time this achievement will take, using this method, is entirely dependent on your schedule.