Welcome to Boggle, one of the easiest game packs for Family Game Night. It'll take about one hour to complete and you'll need two controllers to complete it in that timeframe.
First of all make sure that both your controllers are signed in and ready to go, then set up a custom game. We want it to be one minute long and on the game type "Word Hunt". In this mode you'll have a list on the side of the screen telling you which words are able to be spelt out with the current configuration of letters. For this quick game, make sure that Portal Cubes are turned on as it makes life a little easier for what we're going to do.
Provided you're the controller being prompted to shake the Boggle dome, use the right thumbstick to shake the dome and keep shaking it while you count slowly to 20. Once you reach 20, let go. At the end of this game you'll unlock the achievement for shaking the Boggle dome for 10 seconds. If you weren't the controller prompted to shake the dome either restart the game or skip this and save it for a later game.
As soon as the game starts look to the side of the screen and see which eight-lettered words you're able to pull off. Choose one, spell out the word, and the achievement will pop at the end of the game. If you don't have an eight-lettered word available, try spelling a few other words. Having Portal Cube enabled means that the possible spellings will change each time you spell a word. Remember to keep an eye out on the list. Anyway, once you've spelt an eight-lettered word just let the game time out and you'll get yourself a win and these achievements:
Next you'll want to quit back to the menu and select to play another custom game. This time set the time limit to 8 minutes, turn Portal Cubes off, and again select 'Word Hunt'. Now when the game starts try and work out if you can score 20 three-lettered words. As soon as the game starts just start getting three-lettered words (they won't show up on the list because they're too far down to be see). You can also make use of this site. Set it up so that your 'in game grid' is the same as the one on the site and set both the minimum and maximum word length to three. Click on 'solve' and the site will work out every possible three-lettered word you can make. Spell them in the game and once you've got 20 (you'll know because each three-lettered word is worth one point, so shoot for a score of 20) change the Word Solver settings to a minimum and maximum word length of 6 letters. Then spell out 5 six-lettered words and when you've done that you can set the controller down and let the timer run down. Once the game finishes you'll unlock the following achievements:
Score 5 6-letter words in one round of Boggle
Not much more left now! Go back and make a new custom game setting the time limit to 30 seconds, turn Portal Cubes on, and select to play a 'Word Hunt' game. As soon as the game starts check the list for a five-lettered word. Spell it out and then let the time run out. When the game ends you'll unlock this achievement:
Now all you have left is to grind out matches. Keep selecting to play again and when the game starts just spell the first word you see. Once you've completed 5 games you'll unlock this achievement:
Once you've completed 10 games with Portal Cube on you'll unlock this achievement:
Win 10 games of Boggle with Portal Cubes turned on
All that's left is to grind out the 50 wins. This seems like a lot but it doesn't take that long. You can keep track of your progress by pausing the game and selecting "achievements" from the in-game menu. Once you've completed your 50th multiplayer game you'll unlock this achievement:
And that's it. You've completed Boggle. Congratulations!
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