Pictionary Ultimate Edition Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * An art-style game based on the Pictionary board game, through use of the uDraw Game Tablet. Though a bit of a grind, the Platinum is quick and easy to unlock.
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Pictionary: Ultimate Edition
Pictionary: Ultimate Edition is an art-based video game which uses the uDraw Game Tablet, and is based on the board game Pictionary. Designed as a party game, up to four players draw pictures based on clues while teammates guess what word the drawing represents. The game includes over 3,000 clues, ranging in both Adult Clues, and Junior Clues for younger players.
Pictionary: Ultimate Edition received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 65%, praised for being a fun family party game, but criticized for the lack of single-player options.
This game requires the uDraw Game Tablet. Otherwise, all you need to do is make several scribbles on the tablet, and after 6 or 7 hours, the Platinum is yours. While playing 50 games can be a bit of a grind, and the Mega Maniac trophy is rather luck-based, this game is overall a quick and easy Platinum.
This game doesn't require much of a roadmap. But if you're looking for some direction, then you can begin by heading into Customize and select Clue Creator, and create 20 custom clues for the Clue Master trophy. Then select Pictionary Man and unlock the Figure Artist trophy by drawing 10 custom men. Then go through all the tutorial arrows, and you'll unlock the Bookworm trophy.
After that, you can head into Family Fun mode. Here, you can actually play the game. You'll need to adjust the house rules for the Quick Hitter, See No Evil, Expert, Resourceful, and Easy Peasy trophies. Check out the trophy guides in our Links page to see what house rules are required for each. Also, use one of your custom characters you created earlier to unlock the Put Me In Coach trophy. Finally, the Mega Maniac trophy requires you to land on 15 Mega Mania squares and correctly guess the clue. This is somewhat luck-based, and may take a bit of time.
With those trophies out of the way, you can head into Free Draw, and create 14 unique drawings. For your 15th drawing, use every tool and color to unlock the Picasso's Understudy trophy. Then, create one more drawing, this time leaving the game on for 1 hour, to unlock the Picasso trophy. Last, select to view your 15 drawings in a slideshow, in order to unlock the Gallery Showing trophy.
After that, it's just a matter of mopping-up anything you're still missing.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by Skyripper:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by MeonOner:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: