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Does reading this text earn you an achievement? Well, no, but 400 achievements await you in this latest installment in the AU franchise. Once again play as the Blue Elephant as he makes his way through complex puzzle maps in his quest to earn all achievements and escape to freedom.

But beware; King Hamster (who is actually a guinea pig... but don't tell him that) won't make it easy on you. And while spikes, flaming rodents, and perilous pits await you, ultimately your foe is time itself. So good luck on your most elephantastic adventure!

Reviews


whovianwhoserwhovianwhoser

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

love this game and don't really regret the hours I spent playing it, however it is very buggy and the screen freezes whenever I try to unlock the hamsternator achievement and I have to refresh the game, this has happened every time I tried it and severely harms the score for this game, might have given 5/5 otherwise



cynder062303cynder062303

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I liked the changes like customizing our elephant, shooting hamsters, and making the hamsters fat! Lol about the last one.



AckredgeAckredge

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i like how the game is called Achievement unlocked and there are no achievements


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pievenompievenom

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i lak it but i cant get out of teh hamster room



SirWeegeeSirWeegee

Rated 4 / 5 stars

As much as I love this series, this one just wasn't as enjoyable for me as the other two were. Don't get me wrong, this is still a great game, and I really love the idea of adding various different rooms you can unlock and play in instead of just being stuck inside one small room the whole time along with the pretty deep plot, but there are some problems that could've been fixed.

I like having a bunch of weird achievements to try and get, but the ones on this game just appeared to me as a bit of overkill. For example, just sitting in the hub for a minute or two gets you, like, 50 of the 400 achievements. Sure, the other games were like this to an extent, but some of these are just way too easy to get. Besides, as many have mentioned, it causes a massive amount of lag for most users. I've seen some reviews telling people to just "get a better computer," but most people don't have the money to get some supercomputer like some brag about. I mean, I have 6GB of RAM, a 2.7GHz Dual-Core processor, all running on the 64-bit version of Windows 7, and I STILL had to run most of this game on low quality, which didn't help too awfully much. I also have a decent internet connection, which somebody mentioned might be an issue, but really shouldn't matter at all on the performance of a game besides, I guess, the loading screen.

Also, as a lot of people have mentioned as well, you tend to make fantastic games, which is why I have you as one of my favorite authors, but this game lacked the fine-tuning some others have had. It's pretty buggy, and I don't want to go into too much detail here since so many others already have, but it gets a bit annoying at times. Some achievements don't always work, the scrollbar is glitchy, and one can even get their poor elephant stuck at multiple points in the game.

Overall though, this game was still great and deserves a good rating, I just think you could've made it even better, so much so that it would've been way above the previous installments in this series had you just fixed a few things. Even with the lag and such, it still kept me well entertained for an hour, so I'm not going to complain much.


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