3,055
(1,500)

## You Don't Know Jack

There are a maximum of 60 You Don't Know Jack achievements (40 without DLC) worth 3,055 (1,500)

15,634 tracked gamers have this game, 822 have completed it (5.26%)

# Unicorn115 (50)

### Achieve the highest gamer rating

• Unlocked by 2,964 tracked gamers (19% - TA Ratio = 2.29) 15,660

## Achievement Guide for Unicorn

Solution
Now having played the game a week, I've been trying to figure out exactly what the parameters are for being a Unicorn. Consider this then a partial solution with the things I have noticed so far and an open call for you to contribute. Maybe then we can figure out exactly what one needs to get (and maintain!) Unicorn-hood.

First, it appears that ALL game modes contribute to rank. For example, I first became a Unicorn while replaying some episodes in single player. I have lost and regained that status in both local and online multiplayer. In addition, as I mentioned before, replays count towards your total score -- for example, while my total games played is currently at 53, I have only played 33 unique episodes.

Rank seems to be a function of both total games played as well as your average score earned per game. For example, even though in my first game I managed to score \$30,000 (what I believe is the Unicorn cut-off, more on that below), I did not automatically become a Unicorn.From youhas ahoy in the comments: "I managed to get up to Unicorn rank with only 10 games played, with an average game score just over \$45K ... The Unicorn achievement popped for me at the end of the tenth game. I did not play any online games at any point along the way, so that's not a prerequisite."

Now, once you have enough games played, how does it determine rank? Whether you win or lose a game does not seem to matter to an extent. For example, while boosting the always a bridesmaid achievement with another player (with that player consistently losing to me in every game), the losing player became a unicorn. Because he was maintaining a high average score (chiming in right after me, aiming to lose by just enough), this brought his average up.

This brings us to average score. I have gained and lost Unicorn-dom a few times now, and the cut-off point seems to be \$30,000 average score. When I'm above that: Unicorn. When I'm below that: no Unicorn. If someone else could confirm this, that would be great! Update: SMBTrumpet in the comments has managed to get Unicorn at a lower cut-off ("26,791 at 26 games"), so it might be, as they said, a combination of # of games played and average score. Anyone else with a newer save file/patience to replay episodes that can contribute more data points would be appreciated!

So, what kind of solution can you take from this rambling? Well, play at least ten games. Don't worry as much about losses, just keep raising your average. Shoot for between \$25,000 and \$30,000 average score and once you hit that elusive (hopefully 10!) number of games played, you should get unicorn. If you can't keep that average in multiplayer, then just replay an episode you know over and over in single-player (or be efficient and replay episodes that you missed a prize on).