Candle: The Power of the Flame Achievement List Revealed

By Rich Stone,
We have just picked up the achievement list for Candle: The Power of the Flame, which is developed by Teku Studios and published by Merge Games.

Candle is an adventure with challenging puzzles. Play as Teku, a young novice on a dangerous journey to rescue his tribe's shaman from the evil tribe of the Wakcha. But the way is littered with sinister traps and difficult obstacles.
You can find guides to unlocking these achievements as soon as we have them on the Candle: The Power of the Flame Achievements page.
Candle: The Power of the Flame


There are 23 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, none of which are secret:

Name Description Gamerscore
Aventure awaits Your journey is just beginning... 20
Back Slap Think carefully how to protect yourself from that rock. 20
Run, Teku! Escape from a chasing Wakcha. 20
Rainmaker Use the light burst power of your candle to unveil a hidden painting 20
Across the marshes Complete Act 1. 100
Alley-oop Jump over a Wakcha. 20
Do not annoy the animals Monkeys don't want to be disturbed. 20
Hara-Kiri I'm sure this is not what you wanted to do here... 40
Sticky Plants Jumping is not always possible. 20
The great storm Complete Act 2. 100
Feels like Another World This rings a bell... 20
Oops! Remember to turn off your candle while you are hidden. 40
Nice try... Your candle is not THAT powerful 40
Light Guide Ignite all the fire spots throughout the adventure. 100
Bird Mother A mother always protects her children. 20
Dammit! Fall into the same trap twice. 40
How ironic! Fire is not always your ally. 20
Leap of Faith Drop from a high spot and stay alive. 40
Your courage is not enough Try to confront the monster on your own 40
Perfect Match Win the game and do not lose more than 1 token. 40
Merman Survive underwater for over a minute. 20
The light of hope Complete Act 3. 100
My Baby Blue Spread the blue fire as much as possible. 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.