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There are a maximum of 15 Sonic Adventure achievements (12 without DLC) worth 689 (250)

21,037 tracked gamers have this game, 968 have completed it (4.60%)

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Sub Game Master in Sonic Adventure

Sub Game Master62 (20)

This is a rare achievementGet all Emblems of the Sub Games.

  • Unlocked by 2,170 tracked gamers (10% - TA Ratio = 3.10) 21,037  

Achievement Guide for Sub Game Master

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Selestiae
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Selestiae
Achievement won on 20 Dec 11
TA Score for this game: 238
Posted on 20 December 11 at 15:02, Edited on 02 October 12 at 00:25
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Since some of the solutions already posted here have been a bit unclear, here's what you need to do to get these emblems:

Sky Chase Act 1, First Emblem: Complete the Stage in Adventure Mode (Should work for either Sonic or Tails.)

Sky Chase Act 1, Second Emblem: Beat the set high score of 8,000 in Trial Mode. As has been posted by prowlerdante, hold down the fire button and hover over the stuff you want to blow up, you'll get homing missiles.

Sky Chase Act 2, First Emblem: Complete the Stage in Adventure Mode (Should work for either Sonic or Tails.)

Sky Chase Act 2, Second Emblem: Beat the set score of 20,000 in Trial Mode.

(You'll probably want to aim for an accuracy score of 90% or higher when going for the high score on both of these.)

Sand Hill, First Emblem: Beat the stage in Tails' Adventure Mode.

Sand Hill, Second Emblem: Beat the set high score of 10,000 in Trial Mode. Apparently Sonic and Tails have slightly different courses/routes, but I did mine as Sonic. Again, avoid all speed boosters and try not to break your combo. Anything over 30 should be good enough.

Twinkle Circuit, First Emblem: Beat the Track score of 10 minutes. I did this in Sonic's Adventure mode, but I don't see any reason why this couldn't be done in Trial Mode.

Twinkle Circuit, Second Emblem: Beat the time you just set. Obviously, just go at a casual pace the first run through and then actually make an effort to race the second time through.

As for Hedgehog Hammer, I have no concrete idea. There are so many ideas tossed around for how the emblems work in it that it has gotten me thoroughly confused. Here's exactly what -I- did to get both emblems:

- In Adventure Mode, got the Warrior Feather with a score of 2100.
- Beat the game, came back in Adventure Mode, got a score of 3400 and the Long Hammer.
- Went into Trial Mode and the score to beat was still 3400.
- Scored 3500, got the first emblem.
- Played the Trial Mode version again, scored 3700 and got the second emblem.

So, even though it may not be required, I suggest you get the Long Hammer while your score is still easy to beat, which, with the tip below, will make it much easier to beat it two more times for the two Hedgehog Hammer emblems.

A general tip for Hedgehog Hammer: Once you get the Long Hammer, simply spam the Spin Attack (though not enough to make her dizzy.) More often then not, you'll earn more points than you're losing, and it's much faster than trying to manually react to stuff popping up. Of course, you may get unlucky and have tons of robotniks pop up, but keep trying!
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