There are NO missable achievements in this game. You can aquire all of the achievements within a single playthrough and at any time you feel like going for them.
Keep Fighting! – Do not Button Smash!
What to kill…
Normal looking brawlers which just need way more inputs to defeat
NOT available in blind mode!
… and how to do it:
Only laser sword kills count
The short Auto-Attack animation – random event
The long Auto-Attack animation – random event
Leads both to area 4 and 5
Leads to area 6
Leads to area 7
Can be reached through both area 6 and 7
Just to make sure:
There is no achievement-related reason to play the 35 bonus level, which unlock after the “Victory” achievement.
While completing all these areas, you’ll also unlock:
You’ll soon notice, that the areas aren’t exactly linear.
There are many dead ends, which reward you with revenge tokens and skill points:
There are some ~40-50 revenge tokens available on the map.
The levels, which reward you with one of those are marked with orange coins on the map.
You can only use them, after you’ve failed a level. You then have the choice between returning to the map, replaying the level or using a revenge token.
You can pretty much waste them, without thinking about it.
There are only 3 really difficult levels in the last areas, in which you can’t even use them, so…
There’s a total of 78 available skill points to max out all of the 26 skills of this game, so these two should be really easy.
The levels, which reward you with skill points are marked with pink gems on the map.
I highly recommend getting all of them!
Survival & Gauntlet
Blind mode is negative in 2 ways:
1) It removes the markers beneath your character, which indicated, if your enemies were within reach or not. Not really that big of a deal, since you’ll only unlock blind mode after you’ve played normally for quite a while. Which means you should have a solid feeling for range anyway.
2) It removes the markers beneath your enemies, which illustrated the needed inputs to beat them.
They are instead replaced by a unique symbol per color. That’s not toooo bad though, since you can learn the symbols and the associated inputs, though it may take a while.
Blind mode comes with some really handy advantages!
1) No two-colored enemies
2) No black enemies
3) No bosses — (not to mix up with brawlers – those are still there)
With those gone, it’s actually not to bad.
Alright, that being said, here we go:
Blind Survival unlocks, after you’ve reached tier 10 in normal survival
Main Menu -> More -> No Luca No
Baby Survival unlocks, after you’ve reached tier 10 in No Luca No
Do this AFTER you’ve unlocked all skills!
You do NOT need to reach tier 10 within a single try!
Once you reached a new tier, you can start a new survival attemp starting at said new tier.
Unlocking the 2nd takes 200 kills, the 3rd takes 400 kills and it increases by 200 per tier. Which means you can start at tier 9 and “only” need 1800 kills to get the respective tier 10 achievement per survival mode!
For those, who have played the first One Finger Death Punch:
No Luca No is by far not as bad as in the first game!
Back to this game. Luca does not change the side of your screen, once (s)he spawned. I highly recommend restarting the No Luca No survival as often as needed to get Luca to spawn on your left side of the screen.
Doing so will make the run / tackle and horse riding rounds way easier – and you’ll be needing those free health points.
As with survival – Do this AFTER you’ve unlocked all skills!
You do NOT need to beat every available level!
Your only goal here is to get all the way to the right.
There are some levels with heart icons – those will heal you upon completing them.
Regarding the blind gauntlet:
Do it after the blind survival. You’ll most likely need to have the symbols for the different enemies memorized, or you’ll have an even harder time.
Hidden Achievements & Bonus Stages
Main Menu -> Survival -> Press arrow buttons:
Left Right Right Left
Main Menu -> More -> Press arrow buttons:
Up Right Down Left
Do NOT leave this screen with the red buttons pressed.
This will enable “hard mode”.
Main Menu -> More -> Click spam the floating icon on the left side of the screen.
Main Menu -> Press arrow buttons:
Up Down Left Right
Press play and finish the first 10 stages
Main Menu -> Up Down Left Right (as in the achievement above) -> Press a second set of arrow buttons:
Right Left Down Up
Attention: I was NOT able to get this mini-game to work with mouse + keyboard and HAD to use a controller.
Move the finger in his nose and pull it out.
Then move the finger together with the pulled booger above his mouth and feed him.
If you pull out a new kind of booger, an icon will appear on screen.
Either that of a finger – flick
Or of a mouth filled with teeth – eat
If you pull out a booger of the same kind again, do what the icon indicated.
After you made the right move for a few times, a new kind of booger will appear. Repeat as with the first one.
As soon as you eat the 10th kind of booger in a single playthrough, this achievement will unlock.
Took me 620 points (or 62 boogers) to get to the 10th.
Main Menu -> More -> Credits -> Press arrow buttons:
Up Down Up Down
Click the appearing portal.
You do NOT need to win this fight.
Main Menu -> More -> Contact -> Press arrow buttons:
Down Up Down Up
Click the appearing portal.
You do NOT need to win this fight, either.
The pixel stage can be found on the second-to-last map, to the left of the dragon.
The cloud stage can be found on the last map, on the level beneath the sun.
There’s no trick to the last 2 stages.
It really comes down to your skill.
Do not expect to beat these stages on your first few tries.
If there’s one hint I can give you: Unlock all the skills beforehand. It really is helpful.
Well, I wish you the best of luck!
Have Fun playing One Finger Death Punch 2 =)
And don’t forget – Do not Button Smash!
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