100% achievement guide for Herding Dog.
- These 4 achievements should unlock after finishing the very first mission.
First mission – Accomplish your first dog mission
Guard Dog – More than 50% of success protecting animals
Saviour – Save rate more than 5%
King of the Valley – Combo rate more than 60%
Recommended Mission: 0, 2
- Sit in any level without wild animals and wait for the “Zen Bonus” gauge to reach 50% before finishing the level.
Zen Master – Achieved more than 50% zen state
- Mission 4 will be the first mission with wild animals. Simply herd the fox to the wolf target before finishing the level.
Fighter – Fight rate more than 5%
Recommended Mission: 7
- Completely unrelated to the description, you need to bark at animals while herding them to build up the “Mobility” gauge. Unlocked for me first time I finished a level with non-0% Mobility. I recommended the mission because it’s short, but can probably be done on any mission with animals affected by barking.
Flash – You are as fast as the Flash
Recommended Mission: 10
- Probably the trickiest achievement of the game. The “Flexibility” gauge is increased by herding 2+ animals/items in a short period of time. 10% requires 11+ animals/items.
Reload Mission 10 until you get the objective with 4 animals, 1 wild animal, and 9 items. Get rid of the wild animal, then bunch the 4 animals together at the target before herding them all at once. Then quickly run around and get the 9 items. With a bit of luck, you’ll reach 10% flexibility.
Focused – Flexibility rate more than 10%
Recommended Mission: 0, 2, 8
- Finish 10 and 21 missions for these achievements. This can be the same mission over and over again, hence I have chosen 0, 2, or 8 which are the shortest missions in the game.
10 and go! – 10 missions completed
Willy Fog – Visit all the world zones
Roll back to this build:
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Just finish the early missions again. 1000 meters isn’t very far and should be done by the sixth mission.
50 m – Traveled 50 meters
100 meters – Traveled 100 meters
Explore 1km – Travel 1000 meters
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