Fumiko! Achievement List Revealed

By Rich Stone,
We have just picked up the achievement list for Fumiko!, which is developed and published by Fumiko Game Studio.

Inspired by Serial Experiments Lain, this game takes you on a surreal trip through a twisted virtual network. Uncover the secrets this world tries to hide from you: an artificial intelligence named "Fumiko"!
You can find guides to unlocking these achievements as soon as we have them on the Fumiko! Achievements page.

There are 20 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, 6 of which are secret (to reveal the details of the secret achievements, please use this link):

Name Description Gamerscore
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 10
Found a Memory Fragment Find a memory fragment. 10
Found 5 Memory Fragments Find 5 memory fragments. 10
Found 10 Memory Fragments Find 10 memory fragments. 10
Found 15 Memory Fragments Find 15 memory fragments. 20
Found 20 Memory Fragments Find 20 memory fragments. 20
Forgotten Memories Find all 26 memory fragments. 30
Freedom Escape the testing grounds. 50
You can't tell me where to go! Use your new freedom to plunge to your death. 10
We'll meet again Talk to Eunomia in Hyperion. 10
Dance Apprentice Find a place in Hyperion where you can learn how to dance. 10
Connected! Find someone who seems to care about your safety. 50
Lonely Dancer Practice your dancing emote in a corrupted homeworld before Hyperion collapses. 100
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 10
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 200
Five Points for Orange! Win a game of soccer for your team. 50
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 100
The Lost City Deactivate the barriers blocking your entry in Kronos. 100
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 100
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 100
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.