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Wurzelzweig 10 oct. 2013 a las 10:54
"Perfection" really with 100% or are 99% (= 3 flowers) enough?
There are some figures that I wasn't able to finish with 100% - only 99%. Is it really necessary to achieve 100% to get the "Perfection" achievement?
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Floyd! 21 dic. 2013 a las 8:32 
I think it's a bit late for replying, but better late than never!
You have to reach 100% to get "Perfection".
Unlike 99%, every tiny non-painted spot and other imperfections will be "automatically" fully painted after reaching the 100%, which indicates you reached the perfection in that level.
Wurzelzweig 21 dic. 2013 a las 8:33 
Too bad - there are several figures that I tried multiple times and only get 99%.
Floyd! 21 dic. 2013 a las 8:41 
Same here. That's pretty hard; sometimes there's just a tiny little bit to paint to reach 100%, but the rope prevents you to reach it. Hence the importance of being very methodical during the winding of the shape. Some levels are a real nightmare though. x)
Wurzelzweig 21 dic. 2013 a las 8:43 
I want to reach the remaining 2 achievements (the last one is easy) - and this 100% perfection is a nightmare.
EnduroDoug 6 de mayo a las 7:48 
I know it's a year and a half since the last comment in this thread, but in my mind, the Perfection Achievement in Zen Bound 2 is probably one of the hardest, non-cheap, Achievements I've encountered.
Wurzelzweig 7 de mayo a las 16:04 
I guess, it's ... Zen ...
Marona 18 de jun. a las 7:44 
Here's the thing: each stage is different on what it means on 100%. You notice the flat squares that shape the object? You have to cover most of it, but not all of it. It's hard to explain, but basically you need to explore what it wants.
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