Happy Feet Two The Videogame Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A third-person platforming adventure based on the 2011 film of the same name. With the exception of some grinding, the Platinum is easy to obtain in under 20 hours.
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Happy Feet Two: The Videogame
Happy Feet Two: The Videogame is a third-person platforming adventure with musical elements, based on the 2011 computer-animated film of the same name. It was developed by KMM Games, which unfortunately was shut down shortly after this game's release.
Players take control of either Mumle or Erik, collecting music notes and solving co-op puzzles, while performing mini rhythm games to collect other penguins, which can be used to aid in your quest, with boss battles at the end of most levels, as well as racing.
Happy Feet Two: The Videogame failed to attract many reviewers. Those that did critic the game, gave an average score of 58%, praised for being entertaining for very young gamers, but criticized for its repetitive and mediocre gameplay.
With the exception of some grinding, nearly all the trophies are quite simple and easy to obtain. A second controller is required for a co-op trophy, which can be collected either with a friend or on your own. It's a simple platformer with many trophies coming naturally as you play, and a level-select handy for mopping-up afterwards.
This Platinum shouldn't take you more than fifteen or twenty hours to acquire.
For the most part, you'll simply start by playing the game from beginning to end. Many trophies can be collected naturally, and a level-select allows you to go back and acquire anything you've missed. If you fail to collect the Runaway trophy on your first playthrough, don't worry - no one can. This trophy will need to be grinded, which we recommend doing by replaying level 34, as it has the most musical notes.
The only other trophy you need to worry about is Take On Me, which requires you to complete the game in co-op. If you have a friend, then hand him/her a second controller and play the game from start to finish. If not, then keep a second controller plugged in. Just before finishing a level, race, or boss battle, make sure you press Start on the second controller. This will count as having played co-op.
First, Josh Romero has a Walkthrough, here:
Here's a great Trophy Guide, by HaoleDave:
And a Trophy Guide, by Lange:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by MeonOner:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: