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This page contains Cheats for Alan Wake organized by sections for Xbox 360. This game has "Action Adventure" as genre, made by Remedy Entertainment, released on May 18, 2010. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.

Boxshot & Details
Alan Wake
  • Developer: Remedy Entertainment
  • Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
  • Genre: Action Adventure
  • Release: May 18, 2010
  • ESRB: Teen

Game Unlockables

Nightmare mode

Beat the game. In addition to increasing the combat difficulty, there will be sixteen additional Manuscript Pages to collect.

Pure-Evil, May 14, 2010

Normal Achievements

Complete one of the following achievements to collect their Xbox Gamerscore points:

Unlockable:How to Unlock:
Alan, Wake Up (50 GP)Beat the game on Nightmare difficulty.
An Idyllic Small Town (30 GP)Make it through "Night Falls in Bright Falls" in one go without dying or restarting even once.
Back! Back, I Say! (10 GP)Save yourself with a flare.
Boob Tube (5 GP)See what's on TV.
Bright Falls Aficionado (30 GP)Absorb every bit of local history and culture.
Bright Falls' Finest (20 GP)Call for help.
Carny (10 GP)Knock over five can pyramids.
Child of the Elder God (10 GP)Have a rock'n'roll moment without dropping to a low health state.
Collateral Carnage (20 GP)Defeat 20 Taken with indirect means.
Collector's Edition (50 GP)Find all of the manuscript pages in the game, including the ones in Nightmare mode.
Come One, Come All (10 GP)Kill four Taken with a single shot from the flaregun.
Couch Potato (30 GP)Watch every single TV show.
Damn Good Cup of Coffee (20 GP)Discover 25 coffee thermoses.
Departure (40 GP)Beat the game on Normal difficulty.
Drink 'Em Both Up (10 GP)Put de lime in de coconut twice.
Energized! (10 GP)Use 100 batteries.
Every Nook and Cranny (30 GP)Discover all of the hidden chests.
Finders Keepers (20 GP)Discover 5 hidden chests.
Float Like a Butterfly (15 GP)Perform a cinematic dodge.
Follow the Light (10 GP)Take a night course of light education.
Gatekeeper (10 GP)Cut the power to the transformer yard.
Gunless Wonder (30 GP)Make it to Cauldron Lake without firing a single shot in "On the Road to Cauldron Lake."
Hardboiled Writer (40 GP)Beat the game on Hard difficulty.
Heavy Metal (10 GP)Survive the bulldozer attack.
Hypercaffeinated (30 GP)Discover all coffee thermoses.
If It Flies, It Burns (20 GP)Burn 1,000 birds.
Iron Horse (10 GP)Encounter a steam engine.
It's Not Just a Typewriter Brand (20 GP)Defeat 50 Taken with a shotgun.
KBF-FM (30 GP)Listen to all of the radio shows.
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Baby Boo, May 14, 2010

Avatar Awards

Complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding Avatar Award.

Unlockable:How to Unlock:
Jacket and Scarf - FemalePlay the Limited Collector's Edition Bonus Disc.
Jacket and Scarf - MalePlay the Limited Collector's Edition Bonus Disc.

RyuKage2007, May 14, 2010

Game Hints

Xbox 360 reference

When the doctor asks you to go back to your room at the start of Chapter 4, search the room across the hallway from your door to find an Xbox 360.

RRabbit42, May 14, 2010

Camera Position

Your character, Alan Wake, sometimes lingers in the center of the screen despite you clicking on the movement stick (L3 or R3). To move him to the side of the playfield, press the viewing stick all the way left or right until Wake rotates completely once. This should push his body to one side and you can see what the hell is in front of you.

Magnetix, Jun 21, 2010

Flare Gun and tornado

Shoot the twister with the flare weapon. Fire 3 times under the Normal difficulty setting. If you run out ammo, there is a complete box of flare weapon ammunition near the twister, within the outer ring of flying debris. You can ruin at least one of the outer items to develop a space to jump across reach it.

adams012, Nov 1, 2013

Finish Episodes without ammo

Numerous of the episodes (till in Boss battles) can be finished without shooting a shot. Use your flashlight and sidestep regularly. The checkpoints are the lamplights you can see in the distance. The "Taken" normally can not follow you past those points. Go to them without utilizing ammo. Frequenly there will be a weapons cache near the lights, enabling you to continue and resupply. Since you lose will your weapons at the end of each one, do not stress about holding ammunition over into each episode.

Nilly, Nov 1, 2013

Easy "Creative Space" Achievement Guide

Go to the area with the plane. Get on its wings to reach the lower level. Drop from the airplane, then go to the left of the furthest wing (to the front of the aircraft). Discover the a little concealed hole once you reach the rock wall. Go in it, and follow the course along the high cliff side to reach a cavern with a huge typewriter and get the "Creative Space" accomplishment. Listen to Alan and go on top of the typewriter to review a paper that exposes even more of the story.

Paineekes, Nov 1, 2013
More Hints

Game Easter Eggs

Max Payne Reference

In Alan's New York Apartment and various other locations throughout the game, examine bookshelves: One of the titles is "The Things I Want" which is a chapter title and monologue sequence from Max Payne 2.

Find the bookshelves in Alan's New york city apartment and various other areas. One of them will be "Things I Want", which is a chapter title from Max Payne 2.

Throughout the flashback at the start of Episode 2, inside the apartment's bedroom is a radio which broadcasts a winter season storm caution and remarks that it is the worst in New york city history. This likewise occurred in the initial Max Payne, which was arrived a blizzard-covered New york city.

Alan Wake's imaginary protagonist in his stories, Alex Casey, has lots of resemblances to Max Payne.

In the Episode 6 flashback, Alan awakens with a hangover and needs pain reliever to stop the discomfort. The bottle corresponds the one that is made use of by Max Payne for his discomfort relief.

In Episode 4 you satisfy a burned out game designer. The game designer rants about exactly how they thought it was enjoyable to consist of "mullets" and "mullet time" in their game. Quickly manufacturers desired "mullet time" in everything. This is a reference to the "Bullet Time" capability both Max Payne games made use of.

2 pages of the manuscript discovered in Episode 2 seem from Alan Wake's. Novel: The Sudden Stop. The effects of the protagonist's other half and kid matches the setup for Max Payne. The reference to painkillers can likewise call out to using pain relievers to recover wellness in Max Payne.

Max Payne Reference Video

devon0mack, Nov 1, 2013

Microsoft Tag

In Episode 4 there is a modern art painting on the top floor of the lodge. It is actually a tag. Take your smartphone, aim it at the tag on your screen and use Microsoft Tag to read it.

mkhhelen, Oct 21, 2010

Game Walkthroughs

Added: 12-09-2011
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