On this page you will find a complete guide to the friendships and mini games of GTA: The Lost and Damned.
Within the game there are several activities and mini-games to play with friends.
To receive 5.00% completion in the stats, you will have to complete seven activities with friends, namely air hockey, darts, eating, drinking, billiards, entertainment and strip club. You’ll just have to do all the activities, no matter if you’re with Clay or Terry.
Games and Mini Games – 1.25% each
Of course, you can either tackle one activity (among the seven specified above) or win a game at each of the four mini-games in the same exit (e.g. complete an entire game of pool and win it).
- Win at the arm wrestling minigame.
- Beating someone in the air hockey game.
- Beat someone at darts.
- Beat someone at pool.
Each win will give you 1.25% completion in statistics, for a total of 5%.
The tug-of-war will see Johnny engaged in a fight to the death against ever stronger bikers.
To win, you’ll have to move the analog right, left and right to give strength.
You can start the challenges at the Lost clubhouse and later at the Angels of Death and Uptown Riders in Acter and Northwoord respectively.
The air hockey mini game can be activated in the rooms marked with an icon with the black ball number 8, the Memory Lanes.
You will have to give strength to the so-called “puck” to score in the opponent’s net.
The darts mini game can be found in the rooms marked with an icon with concentric circles on the mini map.
The scoreboard is divided into 20 sectors and a series of concentric circles: an outer circle of “doubles”, an inner circle of “triples” and a “centre” divided into two concentric parts.
The points marked are subtracted from a starting total of 301 points. To win the game, you must finish with a double.
If your score, before closing, is for example 40, you will have to make a 20 double. This scheme of ours has been simplified.
The billiards mini game can be found in the rooms marked with an icon with the black ball number 8.
This speciality is played with 15 numbered balls (one black, 7 full and 7 rifled) and a white ball (called a “battente”).
When a foul is committed, the shot passes to the opponent.
After you have posted the balls of your own type (if you first post a full ball, all the full balls will be your targets, otherwise you will have to post the black ball number 8.