Easiest Xbox Achievement Lists from February 2019

By Mark Delaney, 25 days ago
February brought a great number of easy achievement lists, including three more than can each be completed in under an hour. Not to be overlooked is also one AAA game that made the cut too. Find all 10 new games here. As always, if we missed any, let us know!

World Enduro Rally

World Enduro Rally

Price: 99 cents
Completion Time: 4-5 Hours

World Enduro Rally had earned the ire of this community early on with its unobtainable and outlandish leaderboard requirements surrounding some achievements. The game has since been patched to fix both issues and it's now a much easier completion. Good luck!

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Access Denied

31/01/2019 - Carousel

Price: $4.99
Completion Time: Under 1 Hour

Back once again is Ratalaika Games, the porting professionals who help easy gamerscore games come to consoles. If you see their name on something, it's almost a guarantee it's a fast and easy 1,000 gamerscore, and that's true again here with Access Denied, which has been polished off by 85% of its players tracked on TA.

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Pipe Push Paradise

Pipe Push Paradise

Price: $10.99
Completion Time: 2-3 Hours

The design of Pipe Push Paradise should be familiar to all gamers. It's a puzzle game built on moving pipes around obstacles to create routes. It also plays a bit like a mobile game, and that's because it is. But you won't get 1,000 gamerscore on the App Store.

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Glass Masquerade

Glass Masquerade

Price: $11.99
Completion Time: 4-5 Hours

Some months, these lists can lack even a single well-received game, but that's not the case with February 2019 thanks to Glass Masquerade, a puzzler with decent reception from players. At 4-5 hours per completion and a 71% community completion rate right now, it's the rare good and fast game that won't bore you to tears.

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Hyper Jam

Hyper Jam

Price: $14.99
Completion Time: Under 1 Hour

This neon-soaked arena brawler is light on modes but it's actually not bad if you are a fan of the sort of action it does provide. And if you're not, fear not, it takes just under an hour to see it all before you're on to the next conquest.

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Minesweeper Genius

11/02/2019 - Carousel

Price: $5.99
Completion Time: 5-6 Hours

This needs no introduction, right? Everyone knows Minesweeper because it's everyone's first PC game — well, that or Space Cadet Pinball, of course.

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Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

13/02/2019 - Carousel

Price: $9.99
Completion Time: 4-5 Hours

Though it sounds like the name of an Artifex Mundi game, it's actually not this month's supply of that recurring presence. Lost Artifacts is a management game that has you controlling arcaheologists as they uncover, well, lost artifacts of course.

Crackdown 3: Wrecking Zone (Easy Game of the Month)

Crackdown 3: Wrecking Zone

Price: $60 with campaign, or included in Xbox Game Pass
Completion Time: 5-6 Hours

We're giving Wrecking Zone our easy game of the month spotlight because if you have an Xbox, it can cost you as little as nothing to try it out and even complete it. Game Pass trials are easy to come by, as are promos like getting a month for $1. Honestly, it's not so bad either and if you disagree, you've wasted little time and money to determine that for yourself.

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Daggerhood

Daggerhood Achievements

Price: $4.99
Completion Time: Under 1 Hour

It's Ratalaika bonus month! That means yet another game for under five dollars per completion (their customary price point) and under one hour of game time (their customary completion estimate) is newly available. Does it have good reviews? Certainly not! Do plenty of people care? Certainly not!

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Queen's Quest 2: Stories of Forgotten Past

Queen's Quest 2: Stories of Forgotten Past Achievements

Price: $14.99
Completion Time: 2-3 Hours

We alluded to Artifex Mundi earlier and here they are. Never one to miss a month, their February offering was a sequel to a game not yet on Xbox. Strange, but we'll take it considering the estimate to get 1,000 gamerscore is less than usual for this particular point and click factory.

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Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is the host of the community game club TA Playlist. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his family. He almost never writes in the third person.