Easy Gamerscore: 27 quick completions from the latest Xbox sales

By Luke Albigés,

Another new Xbox sale is here, and as ever, we've dived in to bring you another fresh list of quick completions. This week, we have 27 easy Gamerscore titles for your consideration.

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
CAN ANDROIDS PRAY: BLUE 0-0.5 hours 1.01 75%
Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth 0-0.5 hours 1.01 75%
#SinucaAttack 0-0.5 hours 1.02 50%
Frightence 0-0.5 hours 1.02 60%
The Park 1-2 hours 1.03 60%
Void Gore 1-2 hours 1.04 60%
Little Mouse's Encyclopedia
• in Little Mouse's Encyclopedia + Cyber Protocol
0-0.5 hours 1.06 55%
The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel 0-0.5 hours 1.06 40%
Outbreak: Epidemic Definitive Edition
• in Outbreak Palladium Collection
0-0.5 hours 1.07 50%
DYING : Reborn 1-2 hours 1.07 60%
Woodle Tree Adventures
• in Woodle Tree Bundle
1-2 hours 1.07 70%
An Evil Existence 1-2 hours 1.09 70%
Outbreak: Epidemic 0.5-1 hour 1.09 75%
Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles Definitive Edition
• in Outbreak Palladium Collection
1-2 hours 1.10 50%
The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna 1-2 hours 1.12 40%
PixARK 0.5-1 hour 1.13 75%
Rise of Insanity 1-2 hours 1.14 70%
Sanity of Morris 1-2 hours 1.14 80%
Beat Me! 1-2 hours 1.14 70%
Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles
• in Outbreak Palladium Collection
2-3 hours 1.15 50%
Far-Out 1-2 hours 1.18 50%
Bring To Light 2-3 hours 1.22 50%
Outbreak: Lost Hope Definitive Edition 2-3 hours 1.23 60%
Mittelborg: City of Mages 3-4 hours 1.26 60%
Aircraft Evolution 2-3 hours 1.27 50%
Chicken Police - Paint it RED! 1-2 hours 1.35 50%
MONOPOLY Deal 2-3 hours 1.36 70%


Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth


Kicking things off, it's the return of the original quick completion! Avatar holds the lowest ratio and completion time in this sale, famously spitting out all five (count 'em) of its achievements in seconds just for mashing B to get your combo meter up to 50. Since a lot of you have likely already mastered this classic, it's worth shouting out a game which shares Avatar's 1.01 ratio, and that's Can Androids Pray: Blue — a visual novel with ten achievements that should be doable in around 15 minutes. You can use JJMJohn's Can Androids Pray: Blue walkthrough to make sure you grab the missables along the way, too.

Monopoly Deal


The cheapest game for easy Gamerscore this week is going to be Monopoly Deal, coming in at just $1.49/£1.19/€1.49. It's a card-based twist on the 'classic' board game that speeds things up considerably, meaning it's possible to grab all of the achievements in a few hours. To make life even easier, follow Exalted Entity's Monopoly Deal walkthrough and you'll make Rich Uncle Pennybags proud by getting 1,000G better off in no time.

Chicken Police: Paint It Red!


The top-rated game in this selection of quick discounted completions is Chicken Police: Paint It Red!, a noir detective adventure starring a cast of anthropomorphic animals and commanding a respectable 3.75/5 user rating here on TA. The majority of estimates suggest it can be completed in under two hours, but unfortunately we don't have a walkthrough for this one yet, and only a smattering of individual achievement guides so it might take you a little longer than that, depending on how good an animal detective you are.

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

Are you picking up any quick completions this week? Let us know down in the comments!
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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