Players: 1-4
Multiplayer: Yes
Online Play: Yes
Total Trophies: 11, 9x ||2x
Online Trophies: Accomplished Mover || Feel The Earth Move || Self Portrait
Estimated Time to 100%: 2-4 hours
100% Difficulty: 5/10
Minimum Playthroughs: 1
Missable Trophies: None
Glitched Trophies: None
Collectible Trophies: Avid Collector || Locksmith
Difficult Trophies: Avid Collector || On The Ball


Introducing the Move Pack!

- The LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack combines the PlayStation Move controller with the world of LittleBigPlanet, and with five giant story levels and seven side levels, this is LittleBigPlanet’s biggest Downloadable Content (DLC) pack to date!

A delicious danger threatens Craftworld!

- The LittleBigPlanet™2: Move Pack features a new story mode – The Rise of the Cakeling – in which a rogue cake threatens doom and destruction, and you Sackfolk must once again attempt to restore peace to Craftworld. This time though you’ll have a brand new toy to make things easier, The Brain Crane; a new powerup that allows you to control objects with the power of your mind, freaky!

Move Pack Story Trailer


Play, Create, and Share your Way to 100%


- 1 - Complete the Five Main Story Levels.
This should be the "fun" of your purchase, so enjoy it! You should, however, collect all the level keys as you go along. If you don't want to go back for individual prize bubbles, you should try to collect them all during this step too.
Obtained in this Step: Locksmith || Stick It To The Man

- 2 - Play and 100% the Side Levels
Now is the time to play the six score challenges you've unlocked during your main playthrough. In addition to getting all the prizes, you need to get the two level-specific trophies listed below.
Obtained in this Step: On The Ball || On A Roll

- 3 - Story Mode Cleanup
At this point, return to the main story levels and ace any you haven't. If for any reason you missed a story level prize bubble, you should get those now as well to finish up.
Obtained in this Step: Avid Collector || Ace In The Pack


- 1 - Tutorials!
Open up Create mode and go watch / play all the Move Pack tutorials at this point. Make sure to play along with the Motion Recorder tutorial to get its trophy.
Obtained in this Step: Diploma In Creation || Path To Success

- 2 - Just What Craftworld Needs - More Spam!
Slap down something that'll get your level recognized as Move required - the Brain Crane will do nicely. Save your level, return to Pod, and then publish it to your Moon. After you get the trophy, remember to delete it - there's enough of this stuff clogging up the Cosmos already.
Obtained in this Step: Feel The Earth Move


- 1 - Find Your Inner Artist
Using the paint tool - which you can use in-pod - draw pretty much anything you like, save it, and then use it as your LittleBigPlanet avatar by going to your profile. Keep it clean if it's going to be up for more than a second, though!
Obtained in this Step: Self Portrait

- 2 - Moving Through the Community Section
Time to play 25 Move levels. I strongly suggest you use my playlists to keep this one quick and easy. Enjoy your 100%!
Obtained in this Step: Accomplished Mover


Avid Collector
Collect 100% of LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack prize bubbles

Like all LittleBigPlanet Level Packs or Kits, the Move Pack is stuffed with new stickers, objects, and materials. And if you want the 100%, you're gonna need to collect each and every one of them. Yes, even in the side levels.

Not to fear, however, as this trophy guide contains a guide to finding all the bubbles in the main levels, as well as tips for conquering the score challenges.

See the Move Pack Prize Bubble Guide for any needed help.

Ace In The Pack
Ace all the Story levels in the LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack

As always, to Ace a level in LittleBigPlanet, you must complete the level from start to finish without a single death.

Tips to keep in mind for this are to take levels slowly, and be familiar with them. Being impatient is the surest way to to slip up and die. Practice also helps - if you mess up in a section, don't immediately rage quit. Repeat the area that killed you, so you'll know how to conquer it next time. It's also advisable to not go for hard-to-reach prize bubbles if you're trying to ace the level; and on tougher aces like the fourth level, 100% and aces should be on separate playthroughs.

Other than these suggestions, it's all up to simple skill. The levels you'll need to ace are only the main ones: Welcome to the Valley of the Sackbots, Dark Old Darkwood, Underground Runaround, The House That Science Built, and Just Desserts.

Accomplished Mover
Complete 25 community levels that require the Motion Controller

Playing 25 Move levels isn't difficult - you'll know if a level requires the Move controller if it has a circular emblem on the level badge that looks like the light end of a Move controller - but it can be time consuming if you decide to do it legitimately, by playing well-made Move levels by the 'good' creators.

However, if you don't really care about going the creative route, and you'd rather just get it done with, I have just the thing for you! I made 25 Move levels across two alternate accounts.

LBP.me Search - BlueBulletBill's [PS3TMOVE] Levels

LBP.me Search - bluebulletbill94's [PS3TMOVE] Levels

These links will take you to different search pages on the official LBP website LBP.me. Log in to the site using your PSN information, then click the little bell next to every level on the two pages. This is queuing levels - 25 Move levels, to be precise - and that means you'll be able to instantly access all of them the next time you power up LittleBigPlanet 2. (You'll receive a notice that new levels have been added to your queue, just accept it to start playing.)

Diploma In Creation
Complete all the tutorials in the LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack

The Move Pack comes with a ton of new create tools with lots of imaginative potential, and so there are a new set of tutorials for talented level builders to watch and learn about the new gadgets. If you're reading this, though, chances are you don't care about making a great level, so the only goal is to check those tutorials off quickly - who needs to learn in a video game anyways?

There are two ways to access the tutorials. One is to go into a level in create mode and choose the question mark shaped "Play Next Tutorial" option from your Popit. You can also select it from "Tutorials" under the "Me" section in your Pod. Either way, you'll need to go through all the tutorials to unlock this. A few will just be videos that you'll have to sit and watch, but the interactive ones can just be completed by running to the exit (under the toilet paper tube).

Unlock all the LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack minigames

In LittleBigPlanet, packs and stories not only contain a main story mission, but generally also include unlockable bonus levels. The Move Pack has several of these bonus levels - you'll need to unlock six score challenges and one versus game for this trophy. The keys to these levels are found in the main story of the Move Pack, and introduced with cutscenes to make them virtually unmissable.

Nonetheless, I've included them in my Move Pack Prize Bubble Guide, so use that if you're having any trouble finding them.

Feel The Earth Move
Publish a Motion Controller enabled level to the Earth

LittleBigPlanet 2 will automatically detect if a level has motion control capabilities, so all you need to really do for this one is slap down a Brain Crane or similar Move controller item in a blank level and publish it. Make sure to answer "Yes" when it asks you if you want to recommend your level require the Move controller. I'm not positive this matters, but it can't hurt, and it seems very related.

Once you publish it, your trophy will pop almost immediately.

Stick It To The Man
Destroy the boss in Just Desserts

This is the Move Pack's boss, a fairly entertaining and easy fight. Using the firebugs as projectiles, you simply need to hit the Cakeling through several different stages while dodging its attacks. So long as you don't let the big purple blocks it throws squash you, you'll have the boss... roasted... in no time.

Luckily, this trophy isn't as bad as that pun.

On The Ball
Complete The Tail of Claude The Field Mouse without dropping a ball

As the description says, you must complete the level without any balls being lost - to fire, to falling, or simply getting stuck. This might seem easy at first, as most of the levels have fairly obvious solutions. However, the last level multiplies the difficulty exponentially.

For the last level, you'll need to utilize two of the launchers in careful precision to get the ball under the flaming ceiling, then up a large distance. What makes this especially hard is that the launchers often don't work the way you might think they should. Most often, a seemingly perfect shot from the first launcher will fall short. As such, the best tip I can give you for this is to never underestimate gravity. Place your second launcher - the one that'll lift the ball up to the goal - down near the very bottom of the map. This will give the first launcher some room for error, something essential in finishing this room without loosing a ball.

Other than that, the only other advice is more obvious - don't go for this trophy while using the sticker switch! Just like the trophy in Fast Food, it'll only make your life harder.

Here's a video from nauGie if you need help. Hit up his channel here!

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On A Roll
Complete Fast Food without losing a ball

Luckily, this trophy is far easier than its similarly-named sibling above.

For this, you'll want to complete the course in Fast Food (side level, unlocked with a key found in Welcome to the Valley of the Sackbots) without falling off the path. This is quite easy, if taken at a leisurely pace, and you may well get it on your first go. If not, start over and try again. The only tip to give here is to not use the sticker switch at the levels start - activating it will give you a harder (but more rewarding) course to complete, which isn't what you want when going for this trophy.

Remember, leisurely pace, and this trophy will be easy as pie - or cake, such as it is.

Self Portrait
Use a painting as your avatar

Can you draw excellently with a wand you have to point at your television from a decent distance away? That's alright, because you don't have to! No matter what you draw, the trophy will count it.

Simply go into your Popit's sticker section and find the Paint tool at the top. Draw whatever you fancy, save it, and then navigate to your in-game Profile. Click on your polaroid picture and select your masterpiece from your paintings section, and you'll have one more easy trophy.

Path To Success
Use the Motion Recorder to record your movements

Another one of the tools the Move Pack adds to LittleBigPlanet 2 is the Motion Recorder. If you've ever looked at a intricate moving part in LBP and thought "It's okay, but I'd like it better if it was flailing around like someone trying to play Wii Boxing for the first time," you're in luck!

The best place to get this done is in the tutorial for it. Head to the Motion Recorder tutorial from the tutorials section of your Pod, and play it. Stamp down a motion recorder on Susan the cat, then press square on it. It'll bring up a settings menu with all kinds of fun stuff, but we only care about the "Record" option. Select that, then pick Susan up with the T button and swing her around. When you're done, let go of the T button. Create mode will rewind and your trophy will pop.

[top]Move Pack Prize Bubble Guide

Welcome To The Valley Of The Sackbots - 46 Prize Bubbles

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Dark Old Darkwood - 20 Prize Bubbles

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Underground Runaround - 14 Prize Bubbles

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The House That Science Built - 10 Prize Bubbles

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