Trackmania Turbo Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **** A high-speed arcade racing game with over 200 tracks, online multiplayer, and a track editor. While most of the trophies are easy, obtaining gold medals on all 200 tracks will require both time and high skills.
Trackmania Turbo is an arcade racing game and part of the Trackmania series which began on the PC in 2003. Like previous games in the series, players race at high speeds over tracks while performing stunts. The game includes over 200 different tracks which are set in four different environments: Rollercoaster Lagoon, International Stadium, Canyon Grand Drift, and Valley Down & Dirty. The game includes online multiplayer, split-screen multiplayer with up to four players, and a track editor where players can create and share their own tracks with other players.
Trackmania Turbo received positive reviews with an average score of 81%, praised for its graphics, amount of content, and arcade-style high speed fun, though criticized by some for lacking in new and fresh content from previous installments.
The majority of the trophies are quite easy to get, including the two online trophies. However, achieving a gold medal on all 200 tracks for the End Of The Road? trophy will require incredible skills and a whole lot of practice - some tracks may require 8-10 hours of replay just to get a single gold medal. Also, getting 50 Trackmaster medals for the Ghost Buster trophy is no easy task, as well.
With good skills, it's possible to obtain the Platinum in 60-70 hours. However, most average players will probably require over a hundred.
If you wish to get the two online trophies out of the way, they can be done in a matter of minutes. For the Feels Like Home trophy, you simply need to create a Room under Online Racing, select either campaign or user made tracks, then save it. For the Here Comes A New Challenge! trophy, create a quick custom track and add it to the Worldwide Challenges, then save it.
During the above step, you can also unlock the other three trackbuilder trophies, which include I'm Feeling Lucky for creating a track with the random generator, Dirty Hands for building and saving a track in advanced mode, and the All Flavours trophy for creating one track on each environment.
With regard to the offline trophies, you want to start by simply playing through all 200 tracks in the campaign. To save time later, try to get as many gold medals as possible. During this step, you should unlock a good chunk of the trophies naturally.
After that, you may wish to work on any miscellaneous trophies you still need which are not related to getting gold or trackmaster medals. Be sure to check out the Trackmania Turbo trophy guide links under our Links tab to see which of these you still need and their requirements.
Okay, now for the hard part. We recommend going for the Ghost Buster trophy next, which requires achieving 50 trackmaster medals, which are medals higher than gold for completing secret track times.
Finally, it's time to go for the End Of The Road? trophy, which requires getting gold medals on all 200 tracks. You will at least be also unlocking the clear' trophies along the way, but expect some of these to be quite difficult. Check out some of the videos under our Links tab for inspiration, but remember to stay patient and keep practicing until you do.
RPGriffin has a great Trophy Guide here:
A useful Trophy Guide by Max654 and PapyChampy:
Here is a complete list of the TrackMaster Times created by riolu!:
And a set of TrackMaster Medals Videos demonstrations put together by BinkUncia:
And a full listing of all 200 Gold Medals Videos by RPGriffin:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: