It might be the shortest calendar month, but there are no shortages of easy achievements to be had from the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S games that have released in February 2021. After our easy achievements list from last month where we managed to include a full 1000G for a game, can we keep that momentum going in this month’s offerings?
#SinucaAttack – THE FULL 1000G
The short answer is yes we can! And we are starting with that very game, #SinucaAttack.
An unusual and unique game, #SinucaAttack is a 2D platformer-cum-snooker puzzle game. Players must pot balls or hit them into switches to open doors and progress through it. And it also offers some of the easiest achievements you will ever encounter. That is, once you get the hang of the awful controls.
To earn all the achievements, you only need to complete the first 12 levels. There are a lot more available, but they are all surplus to requirement. Of the 15 achievements on offer, nine are specifically related to completing those 12 levels. Three of the remaining six are unlocked for hitting up to 12 switches that unlock doors, ie. Completing the primary objective to finish the level. The final three are for hitting a total of 40 balls ie. Hitting the balls into the switches required to complete the primary objective and then be able to finish the level.
All the achievements are tied into one another. Hit the balls into the switches to complete the levels. Very simple, very easy and very weighty. Within less than 15 minutes you will have the full 1000G.
Endurance: Space Action – 100G – Level I
The clue is certainly in the achievement name with this one, unlocking within the very first level. But, with a very slight twist.
Endurance: Space Action is an old-school top-down shooter set on a deserted spaceship. Our review states there being a lengthy campaign which may be a warning sign for those looking for some easy achievements, but with a 100G beauty within easy reach, the temptation may be too good to ignore.
That twist though? Well, rather than completing the level for the achievement to pop, it unlocks as soon as you start the level. It isn’t much of a twist, but it kept you reading, right?
On The Road The Truck Simulator – 55G – Restart
Another contender for ‘Worst Video Game Title’ is the grammatically infuriating On The Road The Truck Simulator. Also worth noting is the unusual Gamerscore amount. 55G implies this is worth more effort than a more conventional 50G. But it really isn’t.
At least the title does explain what the game is all about. It’s another truck simulator where you drive from point-to-point on the road – much like we did in Truck Driver. And this is one achievement you will definitely want to unlock as soon as possible.
That’s because you will need to overwrite your saved game in order to unlock it as you can only have one save file. Start On The Road and create a save. Then, quit out to the main menu and start a new game, and overwrite your existing save. Doing so will net you a cool 55G, and by doing this at the very beginning means you won’t lose any progress in On The Road The Truck Simulator on Xbox.
Seriously, there should be a colon in there somewhere.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest – 4 for 100G – Hiker, Prodigal Daughter, Tourist and Rest in Peace
A game title that does have a colon is up next; a visual novel based on the tabletop board game of the same name.
As with any visual novel, choices will need to be made in Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest. And whilst you have a major choice to make at the start of the game, it is at least at the beginning meaning you can easily retrace your steps.
It doesn’t matter which way round you go about this, so feel free to choose either the town or the surrounding forest when prompted to do so. If you choose firstly the town, then choose the cemetery you will unlock two achievements called Tourist and Rest in Peace for 25G each.
If you prefer the route of the forest, then choose the clearing for another couple of 25G achievements, this time called Hiker and Prodigal Daughter.
Easy peasy, 100G better off. That’s how that saying goes from now on.
Get 10 Quest – 25G – Italy
Maybe this has completely gone over my head but Get 10 Quest is a puzzle game with some pretty obscure achievement titles. Italy is the first one you will unlock, but later achievements have such titles as ‘The bum’, ‘The breasts’ and ‘The speaking dead man’. Please, answers on a postcard if you can help decipher all this.
Anyways, Get 10 Quest on Xbox is a number matching puzzle game in the same vein as the classic mobile game, Threes. Instead of numbers increasing in threes though, each integer goes up sequentially. If you can count to 10, you know how this game will work.
For this 25G achievement – called Italy for ‘reasons’ – you need to score 1000 points. This may seem like a large number, but it takes very little time at all. Match the numbers together to make larger numbers and then match those together and you will have this in no time at all.
Kick It, Bunny! – 100G – Beginner
Our final achievement for February is written as an homage to my two pet house rabbits, Benji and Annie. If there’s anything the past couple of years owning these two has taught me is the immense power they have in their back legs, and that no matter what you put in their way to stop them getting into places they shouldn’t, they can and will jump over it.
In Kick It, Bunny! you play as a rabbit in this cutesy platforming adventure. Throughout your journey, there will be several puzzles to solve that involve making larger shapes by kicking various smaller shaped rocks into formation. If rabbits had cognitive thinking, I have no doubt they could kick rocks with little effort.
You can kick them with the A button, or if they need rotating simply press the B button. The rocks are shaped like Tetris blocks but easily fit together without much trouble. Complete the first one for an easy 100G.
And that is our list for February, and some of the easiest Gamerscore and achievements you are likely to grab from the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S games that have released over the course of the last month. Don’t say we’re not good to you, because here is 1380G of the very easiest Gamerscore, quite possibly the most we’ve ever highlighted in one of these lists.
We may or may not be able to top that amount next month, but considering we have a few super easy ones lined up for March already, there’s every chance that we could. See you then and in the meantime let us know in the comments what you think the easiest achievements are that you’ve picked up in recent times.