Blackwood Crossing Achievement List Revealed

By Rich Stone,
We have just picked up the achievement list for Blackwood Crossing, which is developed by PaperSeven and published by Vision Games.

The game is published as part of the ID@Xbox program.

Blackwood Crossing is a story-driven first-person adventure game. An intriguing and emotive tale exploring the fragile relationship between orphaned siblings, Scarlett and Finn. When their paths cross with a mysterious figure, an ordinary train ride evolves into a magical story of life, love and loss.
You can find guides to unlocking these achievements as soon as we have them on the Blackwood Crossing Achievements page.
Scarlett


There are 22 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, 4 of which are secret (to reveal the details of the secret achievements, please use this link):

Name Description Gamerscore
Masquerade Collect your mask from Finn 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Catharsis Set Finn's emotions free 50
Redemption Redeem your mistakes 50
Simon Says: Don’t lose Can you beat this nostalgic game? 70
Big Cheater Look for Finn as quickly as you can 70
Poster Club Inspect all the film posters in the game 70
Alas, Poor Isaac! Uncover Isaac's past secrets 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
A moment captured Inspect this instant memory maker 20
Who's the daddy? An ego waiting to be found 50
Pure Folly Find this fanciful hideout 20
Not a happy bunny Find these weathered toys 20
Good kitty Inspect your purrrfect pet 20
Pull the other one Inspect this emergency feature 50
Doodle dandy Find this moment of teenage fancy 20
Guitar man Inspect this once loved instrument 20
Prize draw Inspect this shared success 20
Simon Says: Good to Go Complete your first adventure 25
You spin me right round Inspect this moment in space 25
Rich Stone
Written by Rich Stone
Yo! Rich here - I was the one that created TrueAchievements back in 2008 as I felt the Xbox Gamerscore system could be improved. The site has evolved massively since then and it's now the biggest and best Xbox community on the planet! Racing games and open world shooters are my thing, but I'll give most genres a go. Except RPGs - those things are evil.