Body and Brain Connection achievements

Body and Brain Connection

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There are a maximum of 70 Body and Brain Connection achievements (50 without DLC) worth 4,681 (1,500)

3,556 tracked gamers have this game, 35 have completed it (0.98%)

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50 Stamps in Body and Brain Connection

50 Stamps96 (20)

Play for a total of 50 days.

  • Unlocked by 154 tracked gamers (4% - TA Ratio = 4.80) 3,556  

Achievement Guide for 50 Stamps

Boots Orion
503,162 (245,357)
Boots Orion
Achievement won on 26 Nov 12
TA Score for this game: 4,513
Posted on 04 December 12 at 01:03, Edited on 04 December 12 at 01:06
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If in stead of screwing with the date settings on your xbox, you actually want to play this for 50 days like I did, here is something that you may be happy to know.

Although the in-game calendar only appears to track date-stamps on the calendar for the last 3-4 months, you do not need to play the full 50 days during a 90-120 day period.

Personally, I set this game aside for the better part of a year, because I was getting really frustrated with a couple of the exercises. At that point, I had (according to 43 days played.

As I could no longer view them in the in-game calendar, I was a little worried when I started the game back up a few months ago that my 43 days played were lost and that I would need to start the 50 days over (which I would likely never do). Fortunately, this isn`t the case, and the game does still `know` that you played all of those other days previously.

As indicated in the other solutions, all you need to do for the game to keep track of your days played is to get a date stamped in your calendar; this is done after completing either the Daily Challenge or simply just doing 1 exercise, which is much quicker.
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