The Last Kids on Earth and The Staff of Doom Trophy Guide

Game: The Last Kids on Earth and The Staff of Doom
Peripherals: Second controller
Time to Platinum: 22-25 hours
Difficulty: 2/10
Missable trophies: None
Trophies: 1, 3 , 8 , 32
Author: The Trophy Platypus
, edited by BloodDragooner

Welcome to the trophy guide for The Last Kids on Earth and The Staff of Doom. This can also be considered a walkthrough and may be used for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. Achievements for Steam and Xbox are in almost all cases the same as the PlayStation 4 Trophies. A roadmap is provided in the stages below.

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Stage 1 – Play through the main Questline.


GLITCH WARNING Some players in the North America territory have stated that some of the trophies are glitched, so before starting your platinum journey make sure you are playing on at least version 1.2. According to them the developer is aware and is preparing a new patch for the NA version. The trophies in question are associated with completing the bestiary, and upgrading all weapons and armor.

The first stage is to play through the main questline while picking up any chest and collectibles on the way.

A few things to point out: There are eight grindy trophies you should work on from the beginning. They are each tied to hitting 250 enemies with each characters’ triangle attack and for each characters R2 Summon. You should pick one character and use the triangle and R2 attacks whenever there is a large group of enemies. Once you unlock both trophies tied to that character, then switch to a different character and begin using their triangle and R2 attacks and repeat. If you are late on in the game and have still not unlocked these trophies, there is a good place to grind on map 4.1. Please refer to the video in the Spin to Win trophy description below for more info.

Additionally, there are blueprints for weapons, armor, and turrets you will have to collect. Some will be given to you for completing quests, others you will need to find in chests. It is recommended to open all chests as you progress first because you need to scrap, but also to find the blueprints. If you go into the treehouse, it will tell you which map to search for the blueprint. All chests are marked with a question mark on the map so they are not hard to find at all. It is worth mentioning that chests are also found inside buildings which are also marked on the map.

Stage 2 – Sidequests and Clean up.


Once you have completed the main quest, it’s time to clean up. Start by completing all the sidequests for the 4 map areas. You should also use this opportunity to collect any blueprints you may be missing. As mentioned, to do this, head to the tree house and look at the weapons/armor/turrets you are missing and it will tell you which map to go to.

Also collect any Comic Books you are missing and do any Big Mama challenges.

Finally, head to the tree house, purchase and upgrade all armor/weapons/turrets and upgrade the tree house itself and Big Mama (Speak to Melvin) if you have not done so already.

Collect all trophies
Collect all trophies.

Well done, you have completed The Last Kids on Earth and The Staff of Doom and earned its platinum!


Master craftskid
Fully upgrade all armors.

Once you have found all the armor blueprints, it is time to upgrade them. In Total there are 15 armor sets. The legendary armor costs nothing but the other 14 cost 2800 to fully upgrade one. To fully upgrade all of the armor you will need 39,200 scrap.


Unbeatable design
Fully upgrade all weapons.

Once you have found all the armor blueprints, it is time to upgrade them. The legendary weapons cost 3000 each and the normal weapons 9750 each. To fully upgrade all of the weapons you will need 246,000 scrap. Remember, each character has unique weapons so you will have to switch characters and reenter the tree house.


Bosses neonized!
Defeat Neon Bosses.

The final bosses you will face are the Neon Bosses. The first neon boss is neon Scrapken. Its attack pattern is exactly the same as the normal Scrapken you fought earlier. Avoid its tentacles and dodge the projectiles. The second boss is the Neon Blarg, it has a similar attack style to the normal Blarg, where it uses ground and pound attacks and a charge attack, but is also able to summon slime enemies.

All Bosses Trophy Walkthrough.

Release the Scrapken
Defeat Scrapken.

After Bellybuster has eaten the vines you will be able to fight Scrapken. It is a pretty easy boss fight, you just have to dodge its tentacles and the car projectiles. There is a lot of warning on where they will land so yo can easily roll away. This boss is much easier if you choose June or Quint as you can stand near the back and shoot, the tentacles will not be able to reach you so you only have to worry about the cars. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


Make Melvin proud
Complete all Big Mama challenges.

In total there are 13 Big Mama Challenges. They are found in the following maps:

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4
2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
3.1, 3.2, 3.3
4.1, 4.2

It is best to take the challenges slower and to think of the controls very literally. So if you are going from right to left and want to turn left (down) press down instead of left. Takes a little while to get used to.

All Big Mama Challenges Trophy Walkthrough.

Physiologus Vol. 2
Complete the bestiary.

See Glitch Warning above. The bestiary can be found in the pause menu, Every time you defeat a new enemy type it will be added to the bestiary. Trophy should pop after beating the final boss. You don’t need to worry about this trophy as there are plenty of enemies and you will unlock this trophy without trying.

Characters – 16

Zombies – 39

Monsters – 9

Slime – 7

Bosses – Captain 4 Bosses 5 (there is an extra ? and the Bestiary shows 99% but the trophy will unlock)


Security measures
Fully upgrade all tree house turrets.

In total there are 5 turrets. You will be given the blueprints for the first two early on in the game the other 3 are found in chests.

Once you have the blueprints you have to upgrade them up 3 times. The first upgrade costs 250, second costs 500 and the final upgrade costs 750. In total for all 5 turrets, you need 7500 scrap.


Off the ‘Hook
Defeat Meathook.

Meathook has a lot of different attacks, a charge attack, a pound and ground attack with a long reach, as well as a roar attack and a slam attack. It is best to attack Meathook after he has done his slam attack and while it is using its roar attack, as you will have the most time to do damage without worrying about getting hit. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


Return of the King
Defeat King Wretch.

The main boss of map 2. King Wretch while on the ground has a spin attack, bite attack, and a flying phase where it will be untouchable, but will drop fireballs from the sky. At the end of this stage it will swoop down from the sky and fireballs will continue to rain down. if you can avoid the fireballs this is a good time to attack, otherwise attack while it is on the ground and roll out of the way when it is about to spin or bite. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! description for a visual guide.


Full set
Find all comic book covers.

There are 16 comic book covers, one on each map section. Worth noting that some of the comic books will not be accessible until you gain access to part of the map during sidequests.

Full set Trophy Walkthrough.

Epic warrior
Reach level 20.

Defeat enemies and complete quests and sidequests to level up. This will come easily before you beat the game and require no grinding as long as you are not just running past enemies.


Hands down
Defeat the vine claw.

First captain boss you will fight when searching for Bellybuster. You have to wait for the hand to slam the ground before you can attack. While it is stuck on the ground, attack it as much as possible. You also need to watch our for the spikes that will emerge from the ground. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


Home Sweet Home!
Upgrade tree house to level 2.

Go to the tree house in the main square and upgrade it. 10,000 scrap is needed.


Issue #1
Find a comic book cover.

There are 16 comic books in total. The first one you will come across is in map 1.1 on the left of the map.

Map for 1.1.

Rookie no more
Reach level 5.

See the Epic warrior trophy description for more details.


Driving test
Complete a Big Mama challenge.

While you are driving Big Mama (The car) you will come across these red nuts in total there are 13 Big Mama challenges. The first one you will come across is in map 1.1 just south of the center.

Map for 1.1.

Veteran soldier
Reach level 10.

See the Epic warrior trophy description for more details.


Distraction tactics
Distract 250 enemies using Quint’s Cymbal Monkey.

This is Quint’s Triangle attack. It throws a Cymbal Monkey that acts as a decoy drawing enemies towards it. Very useful for groups of large enemies and should not take too long to grind out as it draws enemies in. Please refer to the Spin to Win trophy description for a good spot to farm this.


Stop right there
Use Dirk’s Sticky Grenade against 250 enemies.

This is Dirk’s triangle attack. It throws a sticky grenade that slows enemies down. It does not have a wide radius, but you can lure more enemies into it. Please refer to the Spin to Win trophy description for a good spot to farm this.


Disc drive
Defeat 250 enemies using June’s Toxic Frisbee.

The Toxic Frisbee is June’s triangle attack. She throws a frisbee that causes poison damage, enemies must be defeated by the poison so it is worth hitting them once before throwing a frisbee. Please refer to the Spin to Win trophy description for a good spot to farm this.


OK Boomerang
Stun 250 enemies using Jack’s BooMerang.

The BooMerang is Jack’s triangle attack. It is best to try and line up multiple enemies at once and press triangle. As it is a boomerang it will return to you, so you can bend the boomerang’s path by moving slightly and try and hit other enemies on its return flight.


A Big help!
Have Biggun absorb 5000 damage points.

Biggun is summoned by pressing R2 as June. Biggun will absorb damage best when there is a large group of enemies. Please refer to Spin to Win for a good spot to farm this.


Battlefield medic
Have Bardle heal 5000 health points.

You can call on Bardle to heal the group by pressing R2 as Quint. A good way to grind this is out is to call him while fighting a large group of enemies and then let yourself get hit while he is healing you to farm the most recovered health points. Please refer to the Spin to Win trophy description for a good spot to farm this.


Spin to win!
Have Skaelka perform 5000 spins.

Skaelka is summoned by pressing R2 as Dirk. You want to make sure many enemies are around as he will disappear as soon as there are no more enemies on screen. After summoning him quite a few times, you will unlock this trophy, but it does take a long time. Please refer to the video for a good spot to farm this.

Spin to Win Trophy Grind Walkthrough.

There’s a good boy!
Inflict 5000 damage points with Rover.

Rover is summoned by pressing R2 as Jack, Rover will do a couple of charge attacks on enemies before disappearing. After summoning him quite a few times you will unlock this trophy. Please refer to Spin to Win trophy description for a good spot to farm this.


Tree… FORTRESS!.
Upgrade tree house to maximum level.

You only need to level the tree house twice to max it out. The first level requires 10,000 scrap, and unlocks Home Sweet Home! The second level costs 25,000 to fully upgrade.


Rev it up!
Upgrade Big Mama to level 2.

You can upgrade Big Mama (the car) by speaking with Melvin. To get this trophy, you have to upgrade both the health points and the turrets to level 2. This will cost 2000 scrap in total.


Monster truck!
Upgrade Big Mama to maximum level.

You can upgrade Big Mama (the car) by speaking with Melvin. To get this trophy, you have to upgrade both the health points and the turrets. The first level costs 1000 scrap for each trait, then 2500. You will need 7500 scrap in total to unlock this trophy.


Massive bugbear
Defeat Spikipede.

The second captain boss. While it is running, it is best to avoid it in this phase, because even if you can cause damage, it will hurt you a lot to be hit by it. Then it will emerge from the ground and attack, but if it misses it will get its teeth stuck. Use this opportunity to use heavy attacks by pressing X. Repeat this process until you have defeated the boss. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


Apocalypse warrior
Reach level 15.

See the Epic warrior trophy description for more details.


Full closet
Craft all armors.

There are 15 armors in total to craft. The blueprints needed to craft the armors are unlocked by completing missions and opening chests. If at the end of the game you are missing a blueprint head to the tree house and it will tell you which map to go to. Worth mentioning is that often the blueprints are found in chests inside of shops.


Suit up!
Craft an armor.

After beating your first waves of enemies at the tree house you will be tasked with speaking to Bardle who will give you blueprints to craft an armor. Head to the tree house and craft an armor to unlock this trophy.


On your feet, soldier
Revive a friend in multiplayer.

Requires a second controller! Go anywhere there are enemies with two players. Let one of the players get knocked down, head over to them, and press R1 to revive them. You should also be able to get this trophy with Share Play if you have a friend who has a Playstation but not a second controller.


It’s show time!
Craft a weapon.

Weapon blueprints are found in chests and for completing quests, Find any one of them and head back to the main square and into the tree house to craft it.


Welcome to Wakefield!
Complete all main and secondary quests in District 1.

Complete the main quest and the following sidequests:

Marvin: Retrieve tools, map 1.2.

Marvin: Get an Antenna, map 1.4.

Chef: Get a Cookbook, map, 1.1.

Chef: Pick up a Plunger, map, 1.2,

Chef: Combat mission, map 1.3.

Chef: Combat mission, map 1.4.

Skaelka: Combat mission, map 1.1.

Skaelka: Pick up a Skull, map 1.3.

Bellybuster: Combat mission, map 1.3.

Bellybuster: Get a Protein Shake, map 1.4 (will not be available until you gain access to the third area).


Divine intervention
Craft all tree house turrets.

There are 5 tree house turrets in total. 2 will be given to you early on, and you will have to find the other 3 in chests.


Help from above
Craft a tree house turret.

After reaching the Town Square for the first time, you will be tasked with speaking to Melvin and Chef, who will give you blueprints to craft two turrets. Head to the tree house, you will be introduced on how to craft turrets for the tree house.


Mall rat mayhem
Complete all main and secondary quests in District 2.

Complete the main quest and the following sidequests:

Melvin: Find the combat zone, map 2.2.

Melvin: Find the robot hand, map 2.4.

Chef: Find the ingredients, map 2.1.

Chef: Find the ingredients, map 2.4.

Bardle: Combat zone, map 2.2.

Bellybuster: Find a snack, map 2.3.

Bellybuster: Clear a gym, map 2.4.

Skaelka: Combat zone, map 2.3.


An eye for an Eye
Defeat Hairy Eyeball.

The Hairy Eyeball will follow you around leaving a trail of poison. Every now and then it will do a small charge attack, It will also stay still and fire spikes at you, and later on develop a shield which you will have to wait for to disappear. Very easy if you use June or Quint and circle around the room shooting it from a distance. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


King of the beach
Complete all main and secondary quests in District 3.

Complete the main quest and the following sidequests:

Bardle: Defend the zone, map 3.1.

Bardle: Combat zone, map 3.3.

Chef: Combat zone, map 3.2.

Melvin: Combat zone, map 3.2.

Bellybuster: Find food processor, map 3.4.

Globlet: Combat zone, map 3.1.

Globlet: Find a jackhammer, map 3.3.

Globlet: Combat zone, map 3.4.


Easy to find impostors
Defeat the Slime Impostors.

The Slime Impostors are slime versions of your summons Bardle, Skaelka and Chef. It is a pretty straightforward figh,t but it is best to take out Bardle first, as he heals the other two. Once Bardle is defeated, the other two will be much quicker to defeat. Please refer to the video in the Bosses neonized! trophy description for a visual guide.


Monarch of Funland
Complete all main and secondary quests in District 4.

Complete the main quest and the following sidequests:

Bardle: Find a whoopie cushion, map 4.1.

Bellybuster Combat zone, map 4.3.

Melvin: Combat zone, map 4.2.

Globlet: Find a toy, map 4.2.

Chef: Clear the area, map 4.3.


Armed to the teeth!
Craft all weapons.

There are 28 weapons to craft in total. The blueprints needed to craft the weapons are unlocked by completing missions and opening chests. If at the end of the game you are missing a blueprint, head to the tree house and it will tell you which map to go to. Worth mentioning is that often the blueprints are found in chests inside of shops. Once you have all the blueprints you have to craft them all at the tree house.