Arcade Islands: Volume One achievements
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Arcade Islands: Volume One

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There are 49 Arcade Islands: Volume One achievements worth 2,869 (1,000)

144 tracked gamers have this game, 7 have completed it (4.86%)

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Secret Achievement in Arcade Islands: Volume One

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HateMe4141
969,704 (565,478)
HateMe4141
Achievement won on 15 Sep 18
TA Score for this game: 864
Posted on 15 September 18 at 23:29, Edited on 19 September 18 at 04:39
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For this achievement, you need to earn two stars without losing a single life on either side on Double Dodo Breakout.

My advice would be to grab a second person and each one of you takes cn_LB or cn_RB and only focuses on a single track.
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RadicalSniper99
947,660 (584,250)
RadicalSniper99
Achievement won on 18 Oct 18
TA Score for this game: 2,869
Posted on 18 October 18 at 14:31
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HateMe4141 definitely has the best idea for this one. It would be a lot easier to have two people work together to knock this out. I however, usually game solo so I wanted to give a little bit of help as well.

First up, the game is Double Dodo Breakout. You will be using LB and RB to cause the top and bottom Dodo families respectively to jump. You need to reach 2 stars before either family takes their first hit.

So how best is it to do this achievement by yourself?

I personally find myself zone out a little from the specific lanes. Rather than trying to look specifically at the top or bottom and trying to see the obstacles as they come up, I look in the direction of the TV and only notice an object appear in the lane. This allows you to just recognize something is coming rather than trying to focus.

Part of the reason this works is because of the simplicity of the game. There are no obstacles to go under or pickups to find. Therefore, anything in the way is pretty obvious by comparison. Using this method, I was able to get it in a few runs.

I'd still recommend finding a person to help like HateMe said, but for those unable to get help, here's a good alternative/strategy.
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