Here’s 14 of the easiest Platinum Trophies

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Do you fancy earning a few Platinum trophies but short on time? Is life just getting in the way? Fear not trophy hunters, theplayercode is here with a list of the easiest Platinum trophies for you to obtain. Each platinum can be collected in 5 hours or less, and most require just a minimum level of skill. You’ll need a wheelbarrow full of patience for a couple of these titles though, and a couple of them are just plain awful. You have been warned!

It has been assumed that (if required) you’ll be following a guide when attempting the Platinums, and we’ve linked to the best ones courtesy of our friends at playstationtrophies.org. You’re very welcome. Now go collect some silverware!


Adam’s Venture Origins (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 3-4hrs

Guide found here.

Adam’s Venture Origins has big ambitions. It needs them – it has heavyweight contenders in the Indiana Jones-like adventure game space to battle with. As you’ll find out, it doesn’t meet them. It doesn’t even come close. What little of the story that could be enjoyable has been destroyed by the utterly abysmal voice acting, the worst screen tear ever created and controls that seem to have been coded by two blind monkeys over the phone. On the plus side, it has a shiny Platinum trophy that can be obtained in around 2 hrs if you use the guide.


Super Destronaut DX (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 15-30mins

Guide found here.

The first genuinely enjoyable game on our list. This space invaders clone has a few surprise elements added to keep you on your toes. Although the platinum can be obtained in around half an hour, Super Destronaut DX will keep you interested long after the infamous ping. Oh and if you have a PS Vita you can double up on silverware, they have seperate lists so they stack, so that’s two Platinums for the price of one!


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FullBlast (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 30-60mins

Guide found here.

FullBlast is a top down, arcade based shooter which will no doubt bring back fond memories of popular Atari retro game River Raid. The plot isn’t going to win a BAFTA (aliens have taken over, again), but it’s actually fun to play, and that’s what counts when you’re upping your trophy count. And it’s another title that’s cross play, so you’ll get a PS Vita version too. And yes, the trophies stack! Winner.

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36 Fragments of Midnight (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 45-90mins

Guide found here.

36 Fragments of Midnight is a fun, easy to use platformer that has one simple objective: collect 36 ‘fragments’. Its smooth to play, and the levels are procedurally generated so there’s always a new challenge to try and overcome. If you’re a pro you can safely expect the Platinum in around 30 minutes, but if you’re mostly thumbs (like the majority at TPC Towers) you’ll be trying a little longer. Oh, and yet again this is another stackable platinum, provided you have a Vita console handy of course.


Aer Memories of Old (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 3-5hrs

Guide found here.

Fancy some floaty open world adventure? Then you’re in luck, because Aer is actually quite fun to play. With an easy Platinum involving no real effort you can enjoy this game for what it actually is. Beware of the trophy Hide and Seek, it has different requirements depending on the region you’re in, so remember to check the guide.


Mr Massagy (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 1-2hrs

Guide found here.

Mr Massagy is a anime-themed, Tinder-type dating app game. You read that right. You choose the conversation and guide each character to true love. Easy, right? On the outset it seems bonkers (and it is) but the tongue in cheek humour makes the whole affair enjoyable, although sometimes cringingly sexist. And if you’re quick it can be over in less than an hour, just like a real Tinder date.


Burly Men At Sea (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 2-4hrs

Guide found here.

Burly Men at Sea follows the journey of three brothers (Hasty beard, Brave Beard and Steady Beard) as they journey across the ocean in search of the meaning of a mysterious map. Every decision you make affects the story in some way, and there are 12 possible endings for you to navigate. It’s actually a pleasure to play and one of the better titles on this list, even if it gets a little tedious towards the end.


Little Adventure on the Prairie (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 1 soul destroying hour

Guide found here. Good luck.

There’s no other way to say it: this game is awful. And when we say awful, we mean it could actually be the worst game ever to grace the PlayStation 4. The plot? Who knows. The graphics would only be considered ‘okay’ if you were playing on an Atari 2600 in 1978. The controls are taken from a broken washing machine. Even the sound it puts out makes your ears bleed. It does have a Platinum though, and believe us when we say that’s the only reason you would ever put yourself through this utterly miserable experience.


Jack N’ Jill DX (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 30-60mins

Guide found here.

Time for a little 8-Bit retro goodness on this list of Easiest Platinum trophies. Jack N’ Jill DX is a black & white platformer from Ratalika Games. It’s very simple to control using one action button, and involves 120 levels of varying difficulty. Of course you don’t need to worry, you only need to complete 20 for Platinum goodness. And it’s also cross buy and the trophies stack.


Storm Boy (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 15mins

Guide found here.

Based on a 1964 children’s book of the same name, Storm Boy follows the story of a boy and his adventures with his pelican. It’s a really enjoyable, well intentioned experience. You can obtain the Platinum in around 15 minutes if you skip through the mini games. But even if you don’t you’ll be looking at 45 minutes to an hour at most.


Slyde (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 10mins

Guide found here.

Easily one of the fastest Platinum trophies here if you use the guide above. Slyde is a picture sliding game with minimal difficulty. And that really is all there is to say about it. You’ll have this smashed in no time at all, just follow the steps to complete each picture and the Platinum will be yours in under 10 minutes. Slyde away people..


Her Majesty’s SPIFFING (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 1-2hrs

Guide found here.

Time for some tongue-in-cheek humour as we load into Her Majesty’s Spiffing. You’ll be able to snag the Platinum trophy in one 2 hour playthrough if you follow the guide. Although having to replay isn’t all that bad, if you don’t mind cheesy punch lines and a little racial stereotyping.


Gemini: Heroes Reborn (PS4)

Time to Platinum: 3-5hrs

Guide found here.

Second to last on our easiest Platinums trophies list is Gemini: Heroes Reborn, a first person adventure game where you can not only manipulate time, but you have Telekinesis powers too. Sure, some of the controls here are a little clunky, and the games looks to be more PS3 than PS4, but despite these things the game is still (mostly) enjoyable. With no difficulty setting affecting how you collect your shiny things, you can play through the entire game on easy. And if you miss anything you can always pop back using chapter select to mop up.


My Name is Mayo (PS4/Vita)

Time to Platinum: 1-2hrs

Guide found here.

Of course, our Easiest Platinum trophies list wouldn’t be complete without the infamous My Name is Mayo. You have one button (X) to push, and a whole lot of patience to keep. There’s something endearing about this game and we’re not quite sure what it is. It’s not a scantily clad jar of mayonnaise, that’s for sure. You even get to do it on the Vita, and for a separate Platinum too.


So that’s it for our list of the easiest Platinum trophies! 14 shiny new Platinums for you to enjoy, and if you try hard enough you could obtain them all in less than a day. As a bonus, if you have a PS Vita that number could rise to 20. What do you think of the games we featured? Are you going to attempt any, or even all of the Platinums? Do you know of any easy Platinums we missed? Let us know in the comments below.

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