Easy Gamerscore: 30 quick completions from the latest Xbox sales

By Luke Albigés,

Once again, this week's Xbox sales have plenty of easy Gamerscore up for grabs. Here are the quickest and simplest completions from the latest sales if you're looking to pick up some more easy achievements.

As ever, we've linked to every game's hub, where you'll find achievement lists, guides, and full game walkthroughs (where available). We've also outlined a few of this week's easiest, cheapest, and highest-rated games below the table. Bear in mind that last week's Last Chance sale is still running, so there are even more easy achievements up for grabs there.

If you're an Xbox Game Pass or a PC Game Pass subscriber and you're looking for a simple way to boost your Gamerscore, you should also check out our Game Pass easy achievements and PC Game Pass easy achievements articles.

Quickest Xbox game completions from the latest sales

Game Sale Price Completion Time TA Ratio Discount
Paper Flight - Speed Rush 0-0.5 hours 1.01 25%
Synergia - A Cyberpunk Thriller Visual Novel 0-0.5 hours 1.01 35%
Dyna Bomb 0-0.5 hours 1.01 40%
Lord of the Click 1-2 hours 1.03 30%
Gaps by POWGI 0-0.5 hours 1.04 50%
Ladders by POWGI 0.5-1 hour 1.04 50%
Just a Phrase by POWGI 1-2 hours 1.05 50%
Gabriels Worlds The Adventure 0.5-1 hour 1.05 30%
Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf 0.5-1 hour 1.05 50%
Vampire: The Masquerade - Shadows of New York 0-0.5 hours 1.06 75%
• in HardCube + Mystery Mine Bundle
1-2 hours 1.07 60%
Wandersong 1-2 hours 1.07 75%
Devious Dungeon
• in Devious Dungeon Collection
3-4 hours 1.10 50%
WeakWood Throne 2-3 hours 1.10 60%
Rune Lord 3-4 hours 1.13 30%
Vzerthos: The Heir of Thunder (Windows) 0.5-1 hour 1.15 20%
Vzerthos: The Heir of Thunder 0.5-1 hour 1.17 20%
Adios 1-2 hours 1.18 45%
STAB STAB STAB! 2-3 hours 1.18 70%
Cruz Brothers 5-6 hours 1.19 75%
Arcade Spirits 2-3 hours 1.24 55%
Outbreak: Lost Hope Definitive Edition 2-3 hours 1.25 75%
Silver Chains 1-2 hours 1.25 70%
Light Fairytale Episode 2 4-5 hours 1.25 33%
Arsonist Heaven 1-2 hours 1.26 30%
The Town of Light
• in Martha Is Dead Digital Deluxe
3-4 hours 1.29 30%
Light Fairytale Episode 1 4-5 hours 1.32 50%
Pinku Kult: Hex Mortis 4-5 hours 1.34 50%
White Shadows 2-3 hours 1.37 40%
Razerwire: Nanowars 2-3 hours 1.38 65%

Dyna Bomb

xbox sale easy completions gamerscore

It's a three-way tie for this week's easiest game by TA ratio, with a trio of 1.01s — Synergia - A Cyberpunk Thriller Visual Novel, Dyna Bomb, and Paper Flight - Speed Rush. All three can be completed in mere minutes with a combination of speed-reading, blasting, and cheat codes, but we've highlighted Dyna Bomb in particular here as it's the only one of the three you have to actually play, even if only for a few minutes... the other two effectively involve skipping the entire game to be super-quick completions.

WeakWood Throne

WeakWood Throne

In terms of the cheapest easy game in this week's Xbox sales, that honour goes to basic 2-3-hour action-RPG WeakWood Throne, which will set you back just $1.99/£1.67/€1.99. With a TA user score of just 2.2/5, though, you should probably keep your expectations pretty low. If you want more bang for your buck, there's also Cruz Brothers, down to $2.49/£1.99/€2.49 this week. Despite an even lower user score, it does have 5,000G up for grabs thanks to multiple title updates, all of which you should be able to rattle through quite quickly.

Light Fairytale Episode 2

Light Fairytale Episode 2

This week's top-rated easy completion is simple turn-based RPG Light Fairytale Episode 2, sitting on a commendable 3.77/5. Only around half of the small TA player count has actually got the completion, but it looks to be relatively quick and straightforward with most managing it in around 4-5 hours. The original is also on sale if you want to be able to get a better idea of what's going on here by playing them in order and pick up another 1,000G in the process. Alternatively, the next-best game here by TA rating is Adios at 3.44/5, a quick adventure game about a pig farmer looking to cut ties with the mafia, if that sounds like your sort of game. And why wouldn't it?

You can view the full list of the games discounted in the latest Xbox sale here.

Will you be picking up any of these titles for a quick Gamerscore boost? Let us know!
Luke Albigés
Written by Luke Albigés
Luke runs the TA news team, contributing where he can primarily with reviews and other long-form features — crafts he has honed across two decades of print and online gaming media experience, having worked with the likes of gamesTM, Eurogamer, Play, Retro Gamer, Edge, and many more. He loves all things Monster Hunter, enjoys a good D&D session, and has played way too much Destiny.
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