Throne Together (Win 8) achievements

Throne Together (Win 8)

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There are a maximum of 12 Throne Together (Win 8) achievements worth 924 (200)

3,252 tracked gamers have this game, 23 have completed it (0.71%)

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Certified Contractor in Throne Together (Win 8)

Certified Contractor335 (30)

This is a rare achievementGet 195 Stars across all levels

  • Unlocked by 26 tracked gamers (1% - TA Ratio = 11.17) 3,252  

Achievement Guide for Certified Contractor

504,945 (250,010)
Achievement won on 26 Mar 14
TA Score for this game: 924
Posted on 26 March 14 at 14:02, Edited on 26 March 14 at 17:02
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This is not so much a solution as it is telling you that you will need a lot of luck on your side to get 3 stars in all 65 levels. 2/1080 tracked gamers have unlocked this at the time of writing this so clearly it's possible, and I am currently almost done the game. I have only a few levels left to 3 star.

One of the biggest problems you'll face is the Lives counter. You only have 5 and then you have to wait 20+ minutes for another. This wouldn't be so bad, if the levels weren't based half on luck and half on skill. Basically what I am saying is that you're going to lose, a lot. To overcome the lives problem, you can change the time in your system settings and this will work to give you more.

Now, to maximize points, you need to make sure of two things in almost every level:
1. Make sure you have no cracked blocks when the level is finished for a free 500 points.
2. Have a large amount of enclosed spaces when the level is finished. Doing this right can give you lots more points.

Doing both #1 and 2 at the same time also makes three starring a level tricky. To overcome this, you'll most likely have to use power-ups. This brings me to the reason I literally despise this game. There are a few levels that I'm pretty sure are impossible without using power-ups.

In a normal game, this wouldn't be so bad, but in Throne Together, you're given a few power-ups the first time you use them, and then that's it. If you want more, get out your wallet. Yup, you have to buy them. In my opinion, this makes the game even more frustrating because using the power-ups is NOT enough unfortunately. You will also have to be lucky, as I've said before. You'll most likely end up wasting power-ups before they're of any good use.

Keep in mind that this IS possible but you'll probably end up spending a lot more than the "Free" price this game costs. If you're serious about this one, I wish you good luck!

EDIT: Okay, so I've now gotten 3 stars in every level and unlocked the Achievement. If you keep at it long enough, you will get it. Be careful not to crack too many blocks or you'll be throwing away a life for nothing. If you're on the last 5 levels or so, I can't really offer any tips as it took me several tries to do each of them. All I can say is if you get frustrated easy, you will have a hard time with the last few.
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