Quantum Conundrum Achievements & Trophies Guide

26 June 2012
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Quantum Conundrum Achievements Guide

The Quantum Conundrum Achievements guide & Trophies guide lists every Achievement & Trophy for this PC, Xbox 360 & PS3 Action Game and tells you how to get and unlock them.

Table of Contents

Index of Quantum Conundrum Guides:

There are 15 Achievements (10 Secret) with a total of 400 points to earn in the Xbox 360 version.

There are 25 Trophies (0 Hidden) that can be earned in the PS3 version. Earn Bronze (23), Silver (1), and Gold (1) to increase your Gamer Level.

Quantum Conundrum Achievements Guide

1. Still Alive (30G) — Make it through every level at least once without dying.
2. Art Major (20G) — View your portrait in all dimensions.
3. Testing the Fences (20G) — Break 20 panes of glass.
4. Big Meanie (10G) — Knock Ike over with an object.
5. Extraordinaire Extrapolator (80G) — Powered up the Uber-IDS.
6. Peerless Perambulator (50G) — Powered up the third generator.
7. Symmetrical Sojourner (40G) — Powered up the second generator.
8. Dimensional Drifter (30G) — Powered up the first generator.
9. Nuclear Nooby (10G) — Pick up the IDS device.
10. Honor Student (20G) — Achieve Shift Goal on all maps.
11. In less than 12 Parsecs (20G) — Achieve Goal Time on all maps.

12. Finally some peace and quiet (30G) — Collect all collectibles.
13. Well, look what you found there (10G) — Collect 1st collectible.

This video guide shows where all 24 of the hidden Collectibles are located in Quantum Conundrum.

14. Did a thing! (10G) — Use the menu item “Do a thing!” — To unlock this menu option you must finish the game. Then click on the “Do A Thing!” option to get the achievement.

15. Explorer of All Roads (20G) — Solve “Choose Wisely” choosing each battery first.

For the secret achievements, look at the trophies section below.

Quantum Conundrum Trophies Guide

Tips & video guides can be found in the Achievements section above.

1. Well, look what you found there (Bronze) — Picked up your first Collectible.
2. Ah, finally some peace and quiet (Silver) — Collected all Collectibles.
3. In less than 12 parsecs (Bronze) — Achieved Goal Time on all maps.
4. Honor Student (Bronze) — Achieved Shifts Goal on all maps.
5. Did a Thing! (Bronze) — Used the ‘Do A Thing’ menu item.
6. Nuclear Nooby (Bronze) — Picked up the IDS device.
7. Dimensional Drifter (Bronze) — Powered up the first generator.
8. Symmetrical Sojourner (Bronze) — Powered up the second generator.
9. Peerless Perambulator (Bronze) — Powered up the third generator.
10. Extraordinaire Extrapolator (Gold) — Powered up the Uber-IDS.
11. Big Meanie (Bronze) — Knocked Ike over with an object.
12. Still Alive (Bronze) — Made it through every level at least once without dying.
13. Explorer of All Roads (Bronze) — Solved ‘Choose Wisely’ by choosing each battery first.
14. Art Major (Bronze) — View your portrait in all dimensions.
15. Testing the Fences (Bronze) — Break 20 panes of glass.
16. Outstanding Ornithologist (Bronze) — Complete all levels in “The Desmond Debacle”.
17. Eagle Eyed (Bronze) — Collect all collectibles in “The Desmond Debacle”.
18. Two Drink Minimum (Bronze) — Achieve Shift Goal on all levels in “The Desmond Debacle”.
19. Ludicrous Speed (Bronze) — Achieve Goal Time on all levels in “The Desmond Debacle”.
20. Left or Dead? (Bronze) — Make it through every level in “The Desmond Debacle” at least once without dying.
21. Astounding Automator (Bronze) — Complete all levels in “IKE-aramba!”
22. Bots beget bots (Bronze) — Collect all collectibles in “IKE-aramba!”
23. Alternating Currents (Bronze) — Achieve Shift Goal on all levels in “IKE-aramba!”
24. Short Circuits (Bronze) — Achieve Goal Time on all levels in “IKE-aramba!”
25. No disassemble! (Bronze) — Make it through every level in “IKE-aramba!” at least once without dying.

Thanks to IGN for the guide video.

Please comment if you have any achievement/trophy unlock tips of your own. Kudos will be given. – Thanks for visiting!

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