National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life achievements
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National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life

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There are a maximum of 47 National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life achievements (40 without DLC) worth 2,910 (1,250)

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Puzzle Genius in National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life

Puzzle Genius197 (60)

This is a rare achievementComplete all puzzles.

  • Unlocked by 216 tracked gamers (9% - TA Ratio = 3.28) 2,330  

Achievement Guide for Puzzle Genius

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z I ToP CaT I z
535,594 (279,059)
z I ToP CaT I z
Achievement won on 23 Jan 11
TA Score for this game: 1,517
Posted on 31 January 11 at 15:48, Edited on 29 February 12 at 13:03
This solution has 14 positive votes and 1 negative vote. Please log in to vote.
I would just like to add, that for me the square puzzles definately gave me the most trouble, the level 6's were taking around 15 mins or so. I found a way which cuts the time down considerably, to around 4-5 mins.

What you want to do is place all of the pieces on top of each other into a single "tower". then place the cursor at the bottom of the tower and keep pressing A. Most of the pieces will click together, you might need to jiggle the cursor while doing this. It will get the 80 or so pieces down to around 5-10 in minutes. =)
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Musquito
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Musquito
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TA Score for this game: 1,649
Posted on 17 May 11 at 17:01
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Here's a link to the ps3 trophy guide made by antoniosbandana. He made a youtube movie of every slider puzzle. He is giving permission to link to his videos. All credits goes to antoniosbandana.

http://www.ps3trophies.com/forums/showwiki.php?title=Nat-Geo...
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