Estimated time to Platinum: 7 Hours.
Missable trophies: Full equipment
Glitched trophies: None.
Difficulty related: None.
Welcome to the One More Dungeon Trophy Guide!
Welcome to the dungeon! Fight terrible monsters, wield magic in one hand and a weapon in the other! Use a portal to weird dimensions! Are you brave enough to make it out of the dungeon alive?
Step 1: Play the Game and get 3,300 Points
During this stage, you can either play the game fully, or get just enough points so you can buy the “It was easy” and “Broken cartridge” mutators to save yourself a full playthrough of the game. The levels in the game are randomly generated, so each run of the levels will be different every time you play. If you die, you will also be sent back to the beginning of the game. Luckily you can get around this. After you beat a level, you can press and return to the main menu and then back up your save; that way if you die, you don’t have to restart the game. After this stage is done, you will have quite a few trophies out of the way.
You’ll be earning these trophies:
Finish the game
Changes the rules
I can’t see anything!
Step 2: Play the Game again with the “No Margin for Error” Mutator
During this step, you’ll be getting the hardest trophy out of the way, which is Bring ’em on!. After acquiring 10,000 points, buy the “No margin for error” mutator, and activate that and the “It was easy” mutators and then start your run. During this playthrough, just take the game slowly, because one hit from anything and you’re dead. It may get annoying backing up your save and redownloading it constantly if something goes wrong, but it is far easier than using the “Curse” mutator. By the end of this run, you will have the hardest trophy done.
During this step you’ll earn these trophies:
Bring ’em on!
Step 3: Clean Up
During this step, you will get the last remaining trophies you need. Whether it’s buying the mutators, or getting a full set of equipment, or squishing bugs – by the end of this playthrough, you will have the nice shiny platinum!
During this step you’ll earn the following trophies:
Insects must die!
Time is money
Master of the dungeon
Tips and Strategies:
- If you find an Acid Staff, keep it, as it can be very useful in the last few levels because it causes damage over time to the enemy.
- After every level, press and go back to the main menu and back up your save, so you don’t lose any progress.
- Take each level as slowly as you want, as enemies can be around every corner
- Using the “It was easy” mutator is the best choice on every run, as it halves the enemies’ health.
|Master of the dungeon
Collect all the trophies
Complete the first level
To get this trophy, you just have to beat the first level. To do this you have to find the “guardian”, which is a stronger version of the enemies in the level, get the “seal” to unlock the end level door, and exit. Once you reach the second level, the trophy will unlock.
Complete five levels
To get this trophy, you just have to beat the fifth level. To do this you have to find the “guardian”, which is a stronger version of the enemies in the level, get the “seal” to unlock the end level door, and exit. Once you reach the sixth level, the trophy will unlock.
Complete eight levels
To get this trophy, you just have to beat the eighth level. To do this you have to find the “guardian”, which is a stronger version of the enemies in the level, get the “seal” to unlock the end level door, and exit. Once you reach the last level, the trophy will unlock.
|Finish the game
Complete the game
o get this trophy, you have to beat the ninth and final level of the game. This level is different from the others, because instead of finding the guardian and getting the seal, you have to destroy 3 obelisks. You know that you’ve found an obelisk if it looks like a gem and if you hit it, it takes damage. If you press to look at the level map, they also show up as blue squares. During this level, enemies are infinitely spawning so you have to be careful. After you’ve destroyed all 3 obelisks, a portal will appear in the level and you have to go and interact with it to beat the game. After you find and use the portal, the trophy will unlock.
|Changes the rules
Start the game with any mutator
To get this trophy, you have to start the game using any mutator. A mutator is a setting that changes the game for better or maybe for worse. This will come naturally as you have to use a mutator for both I can’t see anything! and Bring ’em on!.
Buy all the mutators
To get this trophy, you have to buy all the mutators. Mutators are bought when you start a new game. All the points you get during your playthrough are cumulative and can be used to buy mutators. This will take a few runs of the game to get enough points, or just playing until you die constantly to get enough points. The average amount of points you get for a full run of the game is about 20,000 depending how many enemies you defeat.
The price of the mutators, and what they do, are as follows:
|It was easy||300||Enemy health is halved|
|Don’t hurt me||1,000||Start the game with more maximum health|
|Alchemist||1,000||Start the game with more potions|
|Warlock||1,000||Start the game with more crystals|
|Fog||2,000||Sight range is significantly reduced|
|Big levels||3,000||The size of the levels are extended|
|Broken cartridge||3,000||Color shift|
|Big bang||3,500||More explosive barrels|
|More enemies||6,000||The quantity of enemies is extended|
|Random enemies||6,000||Random set of enemies on the level|
|No margin for error||10,000||You start the game with 1HP and the altars of health are removed|
|Curse||15,000||Every 30 seconds you lose 1 Health Point|
The total cost for all the mutators is 51,800 points. After you buy the last mutator, the trophy will unlock.
|I can’t see anything!
Complete the game with Fog or Broken cartridge mutator
To get this trophy, you have to complete the game with either the “Fog” or “Broken cartridge” mutators. Refer to Full Set on how much each mutator costs.
The “Fog” mutator is the worst option here unless you really want a challenge, as it makes your vision very poor so that you can’t see enemies unless they are practically in front of you.
The “Broken cartridge” mutator is the best option, as all it does is color swap the game. It might look weird and confusing at first, but it doesn’t hinder your vision in any way, so you can see enemies at a distance like normal. It’s recommended to use this mutator and “It was easy” during your run.
After completing the final level with either of the mutators active, the trophy will unlock.
|Bring ’em on!
Complete the game with No margin for error or Curse mutator
To get this trophy, you have to beat the game with either the “No margin for error” or the “Curse” mutator active. This is easily the hardest trophy in the game. Refer to Full Set for information on how much each of the mutators cost.
The “No margin of error” mutator is the best option to go with for this trophy. This mutator starts you with 1 Health Point and you can’t get more. One hit and you’re dead; step into an environmental hazard, you’re dead. There’s no point in trying to stay stocked on health potions either. What would be recommended is trying to get an Acid Staff, as it does damage over time to any enemies you hit and therefore can be a life saver, especially in the 8th level. A bonus is that, after every level, you can quit to the main menu, and then back up your save so you don’t lose progress. Going very very slowly and checking every corner you go around is very highly recommended. It’s recommended to use this mutator and “It was easy” during your run.
The “Curse” mutator is easily the worst option to go with for this trophy, unless you want a big challenge. Losing 1 health every 30 seconds can put a lot of stress on you, as you have to rush, which could end up making you play badly and make mistakes, and having to hope that you can find health potions regularly to refill your health.
After you complete the game with either of these mutators active, the trophy will unlock.
|Insects must die!
Squash 25 bugs
To get this trophy, you have to squash 25 bugs. Bugs are only found in levels 3 and 4. They are little green bugs that run away from you when you get closer. To squash them easily, chase them into a corner and walk into them to squash them. This might take a few runs of reaching levels 3 and 4 as there are no 25 bugs between the two in one run. After you squash the 25th bug, the trophy will unlock.
|Time is money
Finish the level in under 3 minutes
To get this trophy, you have to beat any level in less than 3 minutes. This trophy could be tough, or it could be very easy. Each level is randomly generated, and the boss for the level could be very far away from the level exit, or could be very close. It is recommended that you try to get this trophy on the first level as it is the easiest and the smallest. After you complete a level in less than 3 minutes, the trophy will unlock.
Die after drinking the poison
To get this trophy, you have to die after drinking poison. This trophy can be very easy if you use the “Alchemist” mutator, as you start with poison in your inventory. Use the mutator, start the game, and use the poison that you start with and just let your HP drop to 0. After you die, the trophy will unlock.
Kill the Ancient Necromancer
To get this trophy, you have to kill the Ancient Necromancer. This enemy is the boss of the 6th floor, so this trophy will come naturally and will unlock after you kill the Ancient Necromancer.
Kill the Elder Flower
To get this trophy, you have to kill the Elder Flower. The Elder Flower is the boss enemy on the 3rd level so this trophy will come naturally as you progress through the game. After you kill the Elder Flower, the trophy will unlock.
Spend 50 coins
To get this trophy, you have to spend a total of 50 coins. You can find coins in a few places, either in destructible boxes, just laying around the level, or in the Eye Portal which takes you to the other dimension. Throughout the levels, there will either be a shop where you an buy weapons, or big boxes where you can buy crystals, mind points, or health if you’re lucky. Luckily this trophy is cumulative and doesn’t need to be done in one run. After you spend 50 coins, the trophy will unlock.
Put the items in all the inventory slots
To get this trophy, you have to equip a piece of equipment in every slot. You start with a staff and a weapon, so that’s 2 out of 6 done right away. The reason why this trophy is missable is because you can do a whole run of the game and maybe not find any amulets or rings, so there’s a chance this trophy could take multiple runs.
- Artifact – To get an artifact, you have to go through an “Eye Portal”, which can be found on every level. At the end of each portal, there is a very, very high chance that the item at the end will be an artifact which will have varying effects if you use it.
- Amulet – This can be obtained in a few ways. It can either be found behind secret doors that are in walls, it can be bought from a store that can appear in a level for 3-5 coins, it can appear in a treasure chest that can be opened with a key, or lastly, it can be dropped from the boss monster of the floor.
- Rings – You need to equip 2 rings, which can be found in a few ways. It can either be found behind secret doors that are in walls, it can be bought from a store that can appear in a level for 3-5 coins, it can appear in a treasure chest that can be opened with a key, or lastly, it can be dropped from the boss monster of the floor.
After you equip 6 of the equipment pieces you need, the trophy will unlock.