Easy Gamerscore: The 31 quickest game completions from the latest Xbox sales

By Tom West,
This week's Xbox sale is now live, and it's offering up another pile of quick completions for those of you looking for a bargain. Here are 31 games that are sure to give you a Gamerscore boost.

As always, we've linked you to each game's hub, where you'll find achievement lists, guides, and full-blown achievement walkthroughs (if one has been written). We've also detailed this week's easiest, cheapest, and highest-rated games just below the table.

Quickest Xbox Game Completions from the latest Sales

Game Sale Price Completion Time TA Ratio Discount
Tony and Clyde 0-0.5 hours 1.03 50%
Pixel Gladiator
• in Flying Islands Games Bundle
0-0.5 hours 1.12 50%
Dead Dust 0.5-1 hour 1.03 30%
Robozarro 0.5-1 hour 1.03 60%
Life of Fly 1-2 hours 1.02 33%
Murder Diaries 1-2 hours 1.02 30%
MechaNika 1-2 hours 1.04 25%
Mushroom Quest
• in Flying Islands Games Bundle
1-2 hours 1.04 50%
Takotan 1-2 hours 1.05 60%
Grizzland 1-2 hours 1.05 60%
Aborigenus
• in Flying Islands Games Bundle
1-2 hours 1.05 50%
Mythic Ocean 1-2 hours 1.07 67%
SiNKR 1-2 hours 1.10 60%
Cuccchi 1-2 hours 1.34 50%
Kine 1-2 hours 1.59 67%
The Bunker
• in Wales Interactive Publisher Bundle
2-3 hours 1.16 20%
Endless Fables: Dark Moor
• in Sinister Adventures Bundle
2-3 hours 1.17 75%
Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders
• in Bestiary Bundle
2-3 hours 1.17 75%
Scarlett Mysteries: Cursed Child 2-3 hours 1.19 75%
Dreamwalker: Never Fall Asleep 2-3 hours 1.25 75%
MONOPOLY Deal 2-3 hours 1.36 70%
Coffin Dodgers
• in Wales Interactive Publisher Bundle
3-4 hours 1.20 20%
Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends
• in Bestiary Bundle
3-4 hours 1.21 75%
Off And On Again 3-4 hours 1.29 50%
The Secret Order: Return to the Buried Kingdom 3-4 hours 1.32 75%
Mars Power Industries Deluxe 3-4 hours 1.36 40%
Late Shift
• in Wales Interactive Publisher Bundle
3-4 hours 1.42 20%
Down in Bermuda 3-4 hours 1.46 90%
Galaxy Shooter DX 5-6 hours 1.23 50%
The Count Lucanor 5-6 hours 1.47 80%
Mighty Goose 5-6 hours 2.07 50%


Tony and Clyde


Our easiest completion for this week looks to be Tony and Clyde, with a lowly 1.03 ratio as well as estimates and time played stats suggesting that you can get all of the Tony and Clyde achievements in under half an hour. 'All' in this case means a total of 2,000G, since a title update earlier in the year simply added five 200G achievements which are all earned in the first stage. It's decent bang for your buck for achievement hunters, especially with the game being half price this week and cheaper than ever, but set your expectations low — with a community rating below two stars, this isn't exactly gaming at its finest.

Monopoly Deal

Monopoly Deal easy Xbox achievemetns

This week's cheapest easy completion is Monopoly Deal, which costs just £1.19/$1.49/€1.49. It has a total of 15 achievements worth 1,000 Gamerscore, and Exalted Entity has written a fantastic Monopoly Deal walkthrough that will help you grab the completion in under two hours. It currently has a TA community rating of 2.96/5, so only slightly better that the game above, but should be entertaining enough.

Kine

Kine

Kine is this week's highest rated game with a TA community rating of 3.89/5. It has a total of 13 achievements worth 1,000 Gamerscore, which vary in requirements. There isn't a walkthrough currently and many of the achievements don't have guides but 35 of the 108 players to start the game have unlocked the lot. The game released back in 2019, so we'd be interested to know just how easy it is to grab the completion. You can pick up Kine for £5.52/$6.59/$6.59.

To view everything that's on offer from the latest Xbox sales, make sure you visit the sales page, where you can filter games by genre, see ratings, and more.

Will you be picking up any of these titles for a quick Gamerscore boost?
Tom West
Written by Tom West
Tom has been playing video games since he was old enough to hold a controller, experimenting with a number of systems until he eventually fell in love with Xbox. With a passion for the platform, he decided to make a career out of it, and now happily spends his days writing about that which he loves. If he’s not hunting for Xbox achievements, you’ll likely find him somewhere in The Elder Scrolls Online or fighting for survival in Battlefield.
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