Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * An adventure platformer with puzzle elements, where a young thief is on a quest to vanquish darkness from a kingdom. A quick and easy Platinum if following a guide.
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Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom is an adventure platformer with puzzle elements. Players control the character Majin, while Teotle is an AI which can be given commands when solving puzzles or in combat.
Set in a kingdom which had once been at peace, is now a dangerous world after the coming of a strange Darkness. Tepeu is a young thief, who ventures out to find the mythical Majin and restore the kingdom to its prosperous state.
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom received generally positive reviews, with an average score of 73%, praised for its clever puzzles and overall fun, though criticized for its poor voice acting and simplistic combat.
While it's no Hannah Montana or Megamind, this game is still quick and easy enough to warrant a 1-star rating. Aside from figuring out some puzzles, which are simple enough if you have a walkthrough, you'll mainly be finding collectibles and grinding to level up your character. The platinum can easily be unlocked in one playthrough, with some possible mopping-up afterwards.
Expect roughly around 15 hours to complete.
For the most part, you can play from beginning to end, unlocking trophies as you go. There's a save point before the final battle, where you can return after completing the game and mop-up what you're missing.
If you want to make things quicker, however, then we recommend searching out for the collectibles during your game progress. Most of them you can grab as you move through the game, with a few exceptions where you'll need to backtrack. This is easy enough to do without a guide.
Also, while many of the trophies will unlock naturally, you'll need to pay special attention to Trap Master, since there are only a few areas where you can grind for the 30 enemy defeats. Check out the Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details. Also, the Battle Master trophy is another which you'll need to actively seek out to unlock, so check up on that one as well.
By the time you complete the game, the one trophy you'll most likely still need is Brave One, which involves fully maxing out Tepeu's level, if you haven't been actively grinding for this one before the final boss. If that's the case, simply load up the save before the final dungeon, then check out the video by hayabusaDGO under our Links tab which demonstrates the Battle Master trophy. You can easily grind the respawning enemies in this same area, until Tepeu is fully maxed out and you've unlocked your final trophy.
First, here's a text-based Walkthrough by karmikazzee:
DUTCHYxgs has a great Walkthrough here:
And a Walkthrough on Mahalo:
Here's a detailed Trophy Guide by mritual:
Caudill has a great Trophy Guide here:
A simple but useful Trophy Guide here, by dutchyxgx:
Some Trap Master Farming Tips by anusbusncy:
A great video by hayabusalGGO that demonstrates the Battle Master trophy. Use this same area to grind for the Brave One trophy as well:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: