Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition achievements

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

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There are 93 Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition achievements (20 without DLC) worth 10,479 (2,195)

203,057 tracked gamers have this game, 45,154 have completed it (22.24%)

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76,882 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 8,461 have completed it (11.01%)

There are 30 achievements worth 1,673 (600)

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Achievement Details

Passing the Time in Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

Passing the Time36 (20)

Play for 100 days.

  • Unlocked by 62,131 tracked gamers (81% - TA Ratio = 1.80) 76,882  

Achievement Guide for Passing the Time

Noodles Jr
716,229 (429,944)
Noodles Jr
Achievement won on 01 Sep 16
TA Score for this game: 8,684
Posted on 27 April 15 at 21:57, Edited on 16 May 15 at 15:26
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This will more than likely be the last achievement you get in the game. It requires you to play for 100 Minecraft days, which is equal to 33.3 hours of playtime. If you play Minecraft regularly, this should come naturally, as 33.3 hours is not too much time. But if you're just in it for the gamerscore, the best way to come about doing this is to set up an online game, with it set to 'invite only'. Once that's done, load up a survival world on peaceful and find a nice place to stand. It really doesn't matter where. From this point, all you have to do is hang out for however many hours you have left to do. I'd suggest doing this overnight, or while you're not at home. Once you're in the game, I'd suggest turning off your controller, to avoid wasting battery power. Since it's an online game, your controller being turned off will not stop the day-cycle so you can still work towards this achievement. After you've played for the required amount of time, the achievement will pop and you're good to go.

EDIT: As you may be able to tell from the comments, this achievement is extremely buggy. It works for some but not for others. If you can't get it to unlock, try the generic troubleshooting, such as clearing the cache, making a new world and starting over, disconnecting and reconnecting you account, etc. If all else fails, contact xbox support here: http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/games/minecraft-xbox-... by making a thread. If you see a thread already there for it, use that thread to post the issue. If they realize how many people are having the same problem, it'll have a better chance of getting noticed and forwarded to 4j Studios.
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