Cosmo Run (Win 10) achievements

Cosmo Run (Win 10)

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There are a maximum of 22 Cosmo Run (Win 10) achievements worth 2,033 (1,000)

1,473 tracked gamers have this game, 109 have completed it (7.40%)

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Battlecruiser in Cosmo Run (Win 10)

Battlecruiser546 (150)

This is a rare achievementScore a total of 200000 points

  • Unlocked by 112 tracked gamers (8% - TA Ratio = 3.63) 1,473  

Achievement Guide for Battlecruiser

592,191 (361,475)
Achievement won on 27 Oct 16
TA Score for this game: 2,033
Posted on 18 October 16 at 15:42, Edited on 29 November 16 at 17:12
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Update: I finally unlocked this achievement last night. It was my last achievement (20 achievement unlocked a bit earlier than expected). I had a reset in there and it reset the tracking of this to zero. I tracked every run/point and it popped as expected at 200k points.

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

From a time perspective, be cautious and understand roughly what your endeavor is. Using the timing/point estimate for the 180 second survival (roughly 550 points), you could realistically be at 700 points at 3 minutes by using the star paths. After 5 minutes, you should have around 1,000 points. If you can score 1,000 consistently, we are talking about 200 runs at around 1,000 minutes of runs (1,000 minutes is slightly less than 17 hours). This doesn't include restarting/reviving/taking a break (eyes can get tired trying to consistently get deep runs). Plus, even if you could do the 1,000 point run consistently, you will likely make mistakes earlier. If you can track your runs, you might want to. It gave me an idea of what my average run was and how far I still had to go.

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.
-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.

Star Paths:
If you're going for this achievement, you should seriously take the star paths. In terms of points, the star path usually will be a quick 40-50 point boost. This brings you to more turns quicker and thus more opportunities for points. Even at the later stages, these paths don't get much more difficult so you could logically complete them even in the 800-900 point range.

Multiple Computer Usage:
Thank you to AxDEMONxWITHIN and Mr Granstaff for confirming that the cloud backup transfers your progress between multiple computers/devices properly.

A Note on Macros:
I will not do a macro solution for this (Noodles Jr has done a fine job explaining it). Instead, I just have some comments/concerns for people to consider. With reset bugs being present, the macro solution is going to be a little "slow" and thus "dangerous." Depending on how frequent the resets are, this could be a frustrating effort. I am working to determine if a progress reset eliminates all points you scored. I am keeping a log of each game score and keeping a running total (currently sitting at 23k points). Since I had likely 40k points or more before my reset happened, I will be able to determine which is the case. UPDATE: Reset completely sets the tracked sum to zero. I scored 200k points after my reset.

It's going to take a while, but shouldn't be too bad if you work at it.
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