From Tracks to Tanks, Here Are Your Easiest Xbox Achievement Lists from November 2019

By Sam Quirke,
If you're looking for a little gamerscore boost before the year is out, there's some good news – November had a few releases with an easily completable achievement list. One of them is even quite good, at least in my opinion – check out my Tracks review for more details. Here's a list of the easiest games of November that you might want to slip into your digital Christmas stocking – they might just help with your 12 Days of Christmas challenge too.

Football Game

Football Game Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour

15 Football Game Achievements

When the publisher is Ratalaika and there's a walkthrough up within a month of release you know you're in for an easy completion. It sounds like a sport title, but this is actually a point-and-click adventure game. more importantly, it'll only take 30-40 minutes according to Football Game walkthrough writer Lucas Kell.

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Tanky Tanks

Tanky Tanks Achievements

Price: $5.99 (US) / £4.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour

10 Tanky Tanks Achievements

Vehicular combat isn't a genre we see a lot of in these round-ups, but maybe that's for the best – Tanky Tanks isn't lighting the world on fire with a 2.75 community rating. Still, its a relatively easy completion, made still easier by a glitch in the final boss battle. There's a couple of guides for the Speed Mode achievement on site already.

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Fractured Minds

Fractured Minds

Price: $1.99 (US) / £1.79 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour

10 Fractured Minds achievements

Don't skip over this very short adventure – aside from an easy completion, this game is the winner of the BAFTA Young Game Designers Award, through which designer Emily Mitchell explored her own experience of mental illness. It's a quick trip to the finish and there's just one missable achievement that you need to be patient for – check the guides and ComicalCupcake's walkthrough for details.

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Tracks: The Train Set Game

Tracks - The Train Set Game Achievements

Price: $19.99 (US) / £16.74 (GB)
Completion Time: 1-2 hours

10 Tracks achievements

I've already spoken about this toy train set simulator in my Tracks review, and one of the selling points for achievement hunters is that you can get it done in an hour or two thanks to a very forgiving list. If you happen to stick around for longer, you'll find a simple and relaxing train set sandbox that the whole family can enjoy. For the most efficient run through the game check out slycooper20's walkthrough.

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FoxyLand Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour

14 FoxyLand achievements

Standard fare from publisher Ratalaika Games in this cutesy platformer – despite a large number of levels players will only have to get through 20, which is about 20-30 minutes according to BiLLzuMaNaTi. With a 2.39 rating from our community members it's clearly not a great game, but the achievements are there for the taking if you want them.

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Mowin' and Throwin'

Mowin' & Throwin' Achievements

Price: $14.99 (US) / £12.49 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour

18 Mowin' and Throwin' achievements

This bizarre couch co-op concept pits gnome against gnome in a competitive mowing competition that no one asked for. Still, there's 18 achievements up for grabs and they all seem pretty straightforward thanks to the fact that you can keep control of all players locally. BiLLzuMaNaTi is once again on the case with a simple achievement walkthrough for the whole thing.

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As is normally the case, there's a bunch of ACA NEOGEO titles from the month that technically have a short rated completion on site. Every ACA NEOGEO game is pretty short, it's just the nature of the things – but they're not always easy, especially for those who didn't grow up with similar games. Here are the ACA NEOGEO games from the month for those who are invested in grabbing them all:

Will you be grabbing any of these games from November? Let us know in the comments!
Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been a Newshound since 2016. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.
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