Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition achievements

Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition

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There are a maximum of 73 Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition achievements (52 without DLC) worth 4,212 (1,580)

16,336 tracked gamers have this game, 1,000 have completed it (6.12%)

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Passing the Time in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition

Passing the Time56 (20)

This is a rare achievementPlay for 100 days.

  • Unlocked by 2,094 tracked gamers (13% - TA Ratio = 2.79) 16,336  

Achievement Guide for Passing the Time

252,082 (135,352)
Achievement won on 07 Aug 15
TA Score for this game: 4,212
Posted on 09 August 15 at 22:19, Edited on 02 November 16 at 10:36
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This achievement requires you to complete 100 in-game days on survival mode.

According to Noodles Jr (whose guide can be found on the Xbox 360 version of this achievement), this requires 33.3 (real life) hours of gameplay. For those who are playing casually and/or are going for all achievements, this achievement will eventually be unlocked without any effort.

In addition, this achievement is cumulative, making it even easier to unlock. In other words, you can change worlds many times as you wish and still retain the clocked hours.

Other players suggest:

Just to say that I think that the hours you played in the demo doesn't count, so keep that in mind! - EpicHat5674

you can't just keep importing and deleting a world next to a bed at dusk it seems, but every external world added can tick off at least 1% towards the goal - maybe a pool of 100 world exports would drop it to ~ 45mins of "work"? - WestsideSxE

Just thought I'd chime in with my method: I plugged in an Xbox One controller and rubberbanded the right thumbstick, while also weighing down the S key on the keyboard so my character moved in a constant circle in my house and let it run while I went to sleep. In 11-12 hours I've gone from 28% to 68%. - N7 Guerilla

Apparently if you press 'E' to pull up your inventory, the game's time will continue to progress. From there, you can actually leave the window and use your computer normally without having to worry about the game pausing. After watching a few (in-game) days rolled by, my character still didn't require food when I exited the inventory screen.

I refreshed the Xbox app during every night cycle and witnessed the percentage progress increase. If someone else could confirm this, we might have a suitable AFK method.
- Yin
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