The Llama L - Walkthrough | Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide

The Llama L - Walkthrough | Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide

Difficulty: 1/10

Duration: 3 minutes

Offline trophies: All

Online trophies: None

DLC: None

Minimum number of playthroughs: 1

Number of missable trophies: 0

Number of trophies that would require long backtrack or replay in case you missed them: 0

Price: 1.49 € / 1.49 $

Trophies: 21 (1P, 9G, 5S, 6B)

 

Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide


The Llama L

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The Llama L is an indie game published by Webnetic.

In terms of trophies, it is a very easy and fast game:

  • Start the game and keep pressing the R1 button until you reach 9500 points


Llamas have a variety of colors including white, brown, grey, piebald, and black.

Eat 9500 blades of grass


They do not drink as much water compared to other animals.

Eat 9000 blades of grass


Llamas eat approximately 2 to 4 percent of their body weight per day.

Eat 8500 blades of grass


Some llamas can grow up to 6 feet tall.

Eat 8000 blades of grass


An adult llama weighs around 280 lbs up to 440 lbs.

Eat 7500 blades of grass


The lifespan of the llamas is around 15 to 25 years.

Eat 7000 blades of grass


They are extremely social animals and love to live with herds.

Eat 6500 blades of grass


Its predators are coyotes, mountain lions, ocelots, and humans.

Eat 6000 blades of grass


A young or baby llama is called ‘Cria.’

Eat 5500 blades of grass


‘Lama Glama’ is the llama’s scientific name.

Eat 5000 blades of grass


They're Easy Keepers

Eat 4500 blades of grass


Llamas Are Used as Therapy Animals

Eat 4000 blades of grass


They Make Good Guard Animals

Eat 3500 blades of grass


They Communicate by Humming

Eat 3000 blades of grass


They Differ From Alpacas

Eat 2500 blades of grass


They Show Displeasure

Eat 2000 blades of grass


Llamas Have Been Used as Pack Animals for Centuries

Eat 1500 blades of grass


Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals 4,000 to 5,000 years ago in the Peruvian highlands.

Eat 1000 blades of grass


Llamas are members of the camelid family meaning they're pretty closely related to camels.

Eat 500 blades of grass


Here comes the grass!

Eat your first grass

 

Trophy Roadmap


Here comes the grass! - Eat your first grass

Llamas are members of the camelid family meaning they're pretty closely related to camels. - Eat 500 blades of grass

Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals 4,000 to 5,000 years ago in the Peruvian highlands. - Eat 1000 blades of grass

Llamas Have Been Used as Pack Animals for Centuries - Eat 1500 blades of grass

They Show Displeasure - Eat 2000 blades of grass

They Differ From Alpacas - Eat 2500 blades of grass

They Communicate by Humming - Eat 3000 blades of grass

They Make Good Guard Animals - Eat 3500 blades of grass

Llamas Are Used as Therapy Animals - Eat 4000 blades of grass

They're Easy Keepers - Eat 4500 blades of grass

‘Lama Glama’ is the llama’s scientific name. - Eat 5000 blades of grass

A young or baby llama is called ‘Cria.’ - Eat 5500 blades of grass

Its predators are coyotes, mountain lions, ocelots, and humans. - Eat 6000 blades of grass

They are extremely social animals and love to live with herds. - Eat 6500 blades of grass

The lifespan of the llamas is around 15 to 25 years. - Eat 7000 blades of grass

An adult llama weighs around 280 lbs up to 440 lbs. - Eat 7500 blades of grass

Some llamas can grow up to 6 feet tall. - Eat 8000 blades of grass

Llamas eat approximately 2 to 4 percent of their body weight per day. - Eat 8500 blades of grass

They do not drink as much water compared to other animals. - Eat 9000 blades of grass

Llamas have a variety of colors including white, brown, grey, piebald, and black. - Eat 9500 blades of grass

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