Touch Me – Easy Achievement Completion and Speedrun Walkthrough

This is how to complete all the achievements, with your 100% speed, + covering all the walkthrough to save your time.

100% Completionist + Walkthrough

Note: Credit goes to heroicepicgamer.pocketomesh

Guide for Speedrun – Removing the Cooldown

  • This is how you can remove the Touch Cooldown.
  • Turn “Sound Off” in Settings.
  • Enjoy Uninterrupted Touches without Wait (But you wont Enjoy Sound).

Walkthrough + Achievement Completionist

This is the record that I generated after playing this game for 5 hours.

This guide is 98% correct, but also note that, sometimes 1-2 touch may vary (game algorithm sometimes do that).

We will measure everything with a “Touch”, eg: “4 face touch”.

When I don’t specify exact leg (Touch any leg (Same goes for arm)).

  • Level 1 – 5 rightleg, 4 arm, 4 shoulder, 4 face, 8 breast.
  • Level 2 (revealing thighs) – 7 leftleg, 4 arms, 2 thigh, 6 face, 2 breast.
  • Level 3 (one leg extending) – 5 leftleg, 6 arms, 7 face, 4 breast.
  • Level 4 (removed shirt removed leg extender) – 8 leftleg, 5 arms, 7 shoulder, 3 thighs, 6 breast.
  • Level 5 (both legs stretched) – 6 arm, 5 leg, 6 shoulder, 8 neck, 8 breast.
  • Level 6 (standing position) – 21 rightleg, 4 rightlegthigh, 7 arm, 3 shoulder, 3 neck, 3 face, 2 breast.
  • Level 7 (sleeping naked) – 14 face, 3 arm, 10 belly, 4 breast, 5 pus**.
  • Level 8 (sitting) – 18 shoulder, 13 arms, 11 belly, 16 pus**.

Last Level

  • Level 9 – 21 leftleg, 5 thigh, 11 face, 32 breast, 15 pus**.

If you feel like you are few touches short to win/ “Fill the Bar”, then just repeat the last touch.

If you finish first 8 levels without making a single mistake, then you will acquire this achievement.

My touch is godlike!

  • Do the first 8 stages without any mistakes.
Jan Bonkoski
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A lifelong gamer Jan Bakowski, also known as Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. He lives in Poland (Wrocław). His passion for games began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64 back in 1998. Proud owner of Steam Deck, which has become his primary gaming platform. He’s been making guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job.

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