Each week on ColonyTV.com, there is a new mission to play and beat that will allow you to unlock bonus content and rank up.
At USANetwork.com, we played all of the missions to give you some inside intel to help you beat each level. Here is each mission and a tip or two for how to own it!
Challenge: Avoid patrolling Redhats and drones to reach your destination undetected.
Pro Tips: Think Frogger meets the Los Angeles Bloc… and we are not very good at Frogger. Remember that you can duck and hide behind obstacles to avoid detection, but sometimes it’s best to pick a clear path and just run for your life.
Difficulty Level: 9. But don’t let this deter you! You can go onto the other Missions, and then come back to beat this when you feel like you’re ready. That’s what we had to do, but when we finally beat the level, we felt the taste of sweet victory. (Also, you only need to beat Level 1 to unlock exclusive content.)
Fun Extras: When Peter Jacobson who plays Proxy Snyder beat this level, he said “I’ve not felt this good in a long time” and we definitely agree.
Challenge: Create new identities for Carlos’ wife Lucia and his son Mateo so that they can evade capture.
Pro Tips: Make sure you’re playing this level with a full screen so you can see all the options. When picking new identities, don’t just scan for someone who looks visually similar, look for other traits like height and age.
Difficulty Level: 4. This was a welcome treat after Mission 1, since we were able to beat it in two tries.
Challenge: Pick a propaganda poster from either the Resistance or the Occupation and then deface it.
Pro Tips: No need to get super artsy, just make sure you’re defacing the poster.
Difficulty Level: 1. It didn’t feel like there was a way to lose this mission as long as you were following the instructions.
Challenge: Track the transmission signal to capture Geronimo.
Pro Tips: Navigating the map takes skill, so be sure to click the area names on either side to get to a new area quicker.
Difficulty Level: 9. This game moves quickly, and it’s tough to not get distracted by listening to the transmission and the ominous music to navigate the big map quickly.
Challenge: Collect supplies by matching two of the same.
Pro Tips: Knowing that there are 10 pairs you need to match may help in focusing on the task. You can also replay this mission to see other supplies in different areas.
Difficulty Level: 5. We love memory matching games, but this one requires you to be quick since you’re also racing the clock. Once you beat the level, give yourself an added challenge by playing it again to beat your time!
Challenge: Hold off the Redhats while the Resistance makes their attempt. To do this, you’ll need to perform several tasks using your mouse or touch screen with the sound up.
Pro Tips: This is probably one of the first things any new member of the Resistance will learn in training: you have to keep your finger on the trigger at all times so you can act fast and beat the challenges as they pop up. Don’t worry – each new task will remind you what to do to win.
Difficulty Level: 5. This one has a really exciting video that plays throughout, so it’s easy to get caught up in what you’re watching and not move quickly enough to beat the challenge.
Fun Extras: Watch Peter Jacobson share some Easter eggs from this game shoot when he beat the mission.
Challenge: Uncover intel on Broussard by using the T.A. database to discover his alias.
Pro Tips: Make sure you’re counting letters! This will help narrow down the pool of potential names so you’re more likely to make a better guess. (Bonus: If you replay this one, you'll see new names for Broussard!)
Difficulty Level: 7. The first time we played, we were so lucky that we guessed the correct name on the first shot. Each subsequent time we’ve played, we’ve had to make on average 3 or 4 guesses before correctly guessing Broussard’s alias.
Challenge: Break the cipher to translate the coded message that your Resistance cell sent.
Pro Tips: Because you need to move quickly, it might be easier to go through the pages in chronological order to get more words, rather than solving the cipher in order.
Difficulty Level: 5. Don’t get distracted by reading the pages on the book, since you’re racing the clock in this level.
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