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Overview:
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Estimated Difficulty)
  • Offline trophies: 17 (3, 3, 10, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 2-3 hours (Estimated Time)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 playthrough of each Championship (8 races total), 92 additional races
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: No known glitched trophies
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty options
Introduction:

Crazy Chicken Kart 2 is an extremely simple kart racer. Originally released on the PC almost 20 years ago, this has been ported to the PS4. Initially it was available only as a physical release in Germany (Moorhuhn Kart 2), it has since been added digitally to the Playstation Store in NA and EU regions.

You are looking at a very basic racer, with braindead AI, bland graphics and rather uninspired tracks. Graphically the game shows it's age, and you really aren't looking at any significant challenge. There are basic kart power ups to collect and use, but these are entirely random and not terribly useful. Unlike most kart games where you tend to get offensive power ups if you are trailing and defensive if you are in the lead, there is no such balancing here. Fortunately you will rarely find yourself challenged by the AI, but if you are lagging, you won't have much luck of catching up.

Ultimately you only have to win the 2 championships, which each consist of 4 races. This should be almost no challenge. The rest of the platinum just requires you to finish 100 races in total, losing at least 50 of them. Even games with limited racing skills should find this to be very easy, arguably the easiest racer on a console. I would suggest waiting for a sale, though, there is no where near enough content to justify the list price.

Walkthrough:

Step 1: Complete & Win Championship 1 & 2

When you start up the game, go into single player and select Championship 1. This consists of 4 races, and you need to complete the Championship in 1st place overall. You can set the races to 1 lap each and max of 4 AI opponents, for the quickest and easiest completion. You don't need to win all races, but you need the highest cumulative score at the end to win.

Repeat the above process for Championship 2.

Trophies earned in this step - 10
Championship 1 trophy_gold.png 
Championship 2 trophy_gold.png 
Farm trophy_gold.png 
Castle trophy_gold.png 
Egypt trophy_gold.png 
Factory trophy_gold.png 
Island trophy_gold.png 
Mine trophy_gold.png 
Swamp trophy_gold.png 
Winter trophy_gold.png 


Step 2: Grind out 92 more races, losing at least 50

Once you have won both Championship 1 & 2, you just need to complete enough races to finish 100 in total (so assuming you won all 8 races in the Championships, 92 more to go). You do have to lose 50 races in total, and win only 10 in total - including one on each track. The quickest route here is to grind these out on the Factory level, which can be won in about 1 minute. Losing will take a little longer, about 1:20, so get the 50 loss trophy first, then try to win the rest to get this done as quick as possible

Trophies earned in this step - 7
Win 5 Races trophy_bronze.png 
Win 10 Races trophy_silver.png 
Lose 10 races trophy_bronze.png 
Lose 50 races trophy_silver.png
Drive 50 Races trophy_bronze.png 
Drive 100 Races trophy_silver.png 
Collector trophy_platinum.png 


 

Crazy Chicken Kart 2 Trophy Guide

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17 trophies ( 10  3  )

  • Collect all trophies

    Your reward for earning all other trophies in the game.
  • Farm

     

    Win the Farm Level

    Farm is the first track in Championship 1. It is a short open track that shouldn't pose much problem. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Castle Level

    Castle is the third track in Championship 2. It is a long track, with a number of blind 90 degree curves. It's not overly hard, but can be a bit annoying due to the lack of track markings so you can get disoriented on some of the corners. The worst is the last corner before the finish, which is a blind right turn 90 degree corner that goes over a drop. Also, be careful on the wooden track section which is tight with no rails and can be easy to fall off. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Egypt Level

    Egypt is the last track in Championship 1. It is the longest track in Championship 1, and has losts of twists and turns. There is an inside and outside section, and while pretty easy, do be careful in the outer sand section as the track and background blend in, and there are some rocks on the track and blind bends that are easy to get turned around on. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Factory Level

    Factory is the first track in Championship 2. It is the shortest track in the game. You will be using it a lot to grind races, so it is best to get familiar with it. There are a number of tricky turns, but after a few runs you will navigate this with ease. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Island Level

    Island is the third track in Championship 1. It is a longer track with a few tight hairpins, but otherwise is very easy to navigate. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Mine

     

    Win the Mine Level

    Mine is the second track in Championship 2. It is a medium length track but really has no particularly tricky sections. Most corners are wide and sweeping. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Swamp Level

    Swamp is the last track in Championship 2. It is a short track and simple track, just keep an eye as in some parts the track and background blend in. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win the Winter Level

    Winter is the second track in Championship 1. It is a short track with a few tighter bends, but shouldn't pose much problem. To earn this trophy, you will need to win once on this track. You can do it as you play through the Championship, but if for whatever reason you don't win during that event, you can select the track as a single play from the main menu. Set number of laps to 1 and AI opponents to 4 and once you have won once, the trophy will pop.

    See below for a video of this track.

  • Win Championship 1

    Championship 1 consists of 4 tracks - Farm, Winter, Island & Egypt. For the quickest and easist completion, set the number of laps per race to 1, and AI opponents to 4. To win the Championship you need to finish with the highest cumulative score. You don't need to win every race, but really shouldn't have much trouble.

    See below for video run through of this Championship.

  • Win Championship 2

    Championship 2 consists of 4 tracks - Factory, Mine, Castle & Swamp. For the quickest and easist completion, set the number of laps per race to 1, and AI opponents to 4. To win the Championship you need to finish with the highest cumulative score. You don't need to win every race, but really shouldn't have much trouble.

    See below for video run through of this Championship.

  • Win 10 Races

    Simply win any 10 races. You have to complete at least 100 total, and will probably win most of the 8 races you do in Championship 1 & 2, so this will come easily as you play.
  • Win 5 Races

  • Drive 50 Races

  • Drive 100 Races

    This should be the last trophy you earn. You will only have 8 races after completing the 2 Championships (unless you somehow lose, but that's unlikely), so there will be another 92 to grind out. It does not matter if you win or lose, but you will have to finish the race. You do need to lose 50 races, so I would suggest getting that out of the way first, then just win races til this pops.

    The quickest route will be to grind this on the Factory level, since that takes only 1 minute to complete if you win, and about 1:20 per race if you are aiming to lose. Set the number of laps to 1, AI to 4 and you're all set. You can restart the race from the results menu, you do not need to go back to the menu between races.
  • Lose 10 races

  • Lose 50 races

    Pretty self explanatory, you need to compete in 50 races where you finish in any position other than first. You don't need to be last, 2nd or lower will suffice. See Drive 100 Races trophy_silver.png  for optimal set up.

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