Emily Wants to Play Too Achievement List Revealed

By Rich Stone,
We have just picked up the achievement list for Emily Wants to Play Too, which is developed by Shawn Hitchcock and published by SKH Apps LLC.

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

You are alone, scared and have been trapped inside an office building by four dolls, a mannequin, a jack-in-the-box and a zombie-looking girl named Emily. You just wanted to deliver your sandwich order and head back to the restaurant, but they want to play. Emily Wants to Play Too is a fun and scary survival horror game with action, puzzles, strategy and stealth elements.
You can find guides to unlocking these achievements as soon as we have them on the Emily Wants to Play Too Achievements page.
Emily Wants to Play Too

There are 14 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, 3 of which are secret (to reveal the details of the secret achievements, please use this link):

Name Description Gamerscore
Let her in! Time is key, you must see the answer to know the answer, the answer is near, choose wisely or fail! 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Ma-ma Ma-ma Silence is the key and so is that magnetic keycard. 70
He Likes the Dark Just unlock access to level 3 in the dark with a mannequin and a doll. 70
Pop Goes the Weasl Oh, I see, there's another yellow area on the map. 70
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 70
Midnight Hide and Seek Find all seven in the dark. 70
Faster Than a Dummy Chester incoming! Run, run, run! 70
Muscial Lights Find the light, before the music runs out. 70
Good times with old friends. Survive the doll, clown and dummy until 4am. 70
Freezie Tags Try to freeze them all! 70
Patience is Key HIDE! Don't let them see, hear or touch you. 70
That was tough! 6am is not going to be easy. 90
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.