Challenge Mode

Some articles on challenge mode, challenge:

Chase: Hollywood Stunt Driver - Gameplay - Challenge Mode
... Challenge Mode" involves players attempting to reach the high score in one of three disciplines "Jump Challenge" - players attempt to jump their vehicles ... "Stunt Point Challenge" - players attempt to perform as many stunts as possible within a time limit ... "Race Challenge" - players Race against Baen ...
God Of War III - Gameplay
... As in previous installments, a challenge mode—the Challenge of Olympus (seven trials)—is included, and unlocked after completing the game ... The challenge mode requires players to complete a series of specific tasks (e.g ... and art galleries from the game's development) by completing the game's difficulty levels and the challenge mode ...
Polarium - Gameplay - Game Modes
... Challenge Blocks of tiles continually fall from above ... Practice Practice is similar to challenge mode, in that blocks continuously fill from the top ... Any level reached by the player in normal challenge mode can be played ...
Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time - Updates - Version 1.20
... Challenge Mode save bug This bug occurs if the player backs out of the auto-save which appears when initiating Challenge Mode ... happen one of two ways The player selects "Go back in time…" instead of "Enter Challenge Mode" after beating the game ... player goes back in time, and then selects Challenge Mode from the pause menu, a Save game screen will pop up ...

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