Tokyo Run Trophy Guide and Road Map
Welcome to our Tokyo Run Trophy Guide. Tokyo Run is another game like Road Bustle and Chickens on the Road in that it is an extremely cheap game with a platinum trophy you can earn in less than 5 minutes.
There are no misc trophies, no other objectives, all you need to do is move with , avoid Sumo Wrestlers, and collect coins.
Phase One – Collect 2,500 Coins
In this one and only phase of our Tokyo Run Trophy Guide, you will just need to collect enough coins to reach 2,500 score. You will unlock a trophy for every 100 coins you collect until you have 2,000 coins. After that, you simply need to collect 500 more to reach the final goal of 2,500 coins and receive your platinum.
And, to be honest, you don’t even really need to avoid the Sumo Wrestlers because… You can’t die, can’t lose coins, and cannot fail.
You could literally earn the platinum with your eyes closed by pushing forward, though it’d be slower than actually playing. I’m actually doing that right now as I write this.
I know what you’re thinking. If the game is really that easy then why does this guide even exist?
Well, to that I say… You’re here reading it, aren’t you?
These trophies make up the entire list and will all be earned by the time you have collected 2,500 coins.
Get 100 coins
Get 200 coins
Get 300 coins
Get 400 coins
Get 500 coins
Get 600 coins
Get 700 coins
Get 800 coins
Get 900 coins
Get 1000 coins
Get 1100 coins
Get 1200 coins
Get 1300 coins
Get 1400 coins
Get 1500 coins
Get 1600 coins
Get 1700 coins
Get 1800 coins
Get 1900 coins
Get 2000 coins
Get 2500 coins
Platinum Tokyo Runner
Get all trophies
Having collected 2,500 coins, thus unlocking every coin-related trophy, you’ll have this Platinum trophy.
Check out our guides for similarly easy platinum trophies which take an hour or less to unlock in our post; 35 Quick and Easy Platinum Trophies.
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