Gravity Guy (Win 8) achievements

Gravity Guy (Win 8)

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There are a maximum of 20 Gravity Guy (Win 8) achievements worth 710 (200)

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Moon walk in Gravity Guy (Win 8)

Moon walk57 (15)

This is a rare achievementRun the distance from Earth to the Moon.

  • Unlocked by 258 tracked gamers (7% - TA Ratio = 3.76) 3,657  

Achievement Guide for Moon walk

474,821 (246,351)
Achievement won on 28 Jan 14
TA Score for this game: 710
Posted on 15 February 14 at 04:34, Edited on 15 February 14 at 08:28
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I would highly recommend making this your second to last achievement in the game, with the following being your last:
Gravity Guy (Win 8)LoverThe Lover achievement in Gravity Guy (Win 8) worth 58 pointsPlay Gravity Guy for 10 hours.

Also make sure you have this achievement before going for Moon walk:
Gravity Guy (Win 8)Gravity MasterThe Gravity Master achievement in Gravity Guy (Win 8) worth 32 pointsFlip gravity 10,000 times.

The reason why is because you will get Moon walk before playing for 10 hours if you are using the save trick for your run-throughs, and this will count towards the 10 hours anyway. Gravity Master will also involve running which will count towards Moon walk.

Play either the Run or Rescue missions, and get to a checkpoint where you will fall off and die after running for a bit (rather than having it slope up). Your first opportunity for this is after the first checkpoint. Alternatively you can get to a further checkpoint where there are speed arrows and/or a longer path before falling.

The game will automatically respawn you at the previous checkpoint, however, make sure that you click "no" when it asks you whether you want to use a slow motion. The game will ask you generally 3-5 times before continuing without asking. Check back every 10 minutes or so until you are comfortable that it will no longer ask you and then go have lunch, watch a movie, or let it sit overnight. To be on the safe side, you can download the auto-clicker as mentioned in the solution for Gravity Master linked above, to ensure the game doesn't stop you with questions.

NOTE: make sure your computer is plugged in (if you have a portable) and is NOT set to sleep, hibernate, or screen saver after a certain amount of idle time.

Do NOT do this in practice mode as many of the achievements cannot be earned there, and it's not worth risking it for this one.

I ran the Perfect Run and Perfect Rescue missions using the save trick, so this achievement took me over 5 hours of idle boosting to get after finishing the missions.

Please let me know if you have questions.
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