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Xbox Game Pass: 5 Easiest 1000G Achievements & Completions

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So, you want to boost your Gamerscore, huh? Well, the good news is, so long as you have an active subscription to Xbox Game Pass or Game Pass Ultimate, you're already well on your way to bagging a few extra thousand points. Thanks to the platform forever adding relatively short but accolade-heavy indies, you can pretty much mop up achievements in a matter of minutes. And, depending on how much you want to earn, you can in fact make 5000G in a day or two, so long as you don't mind toying around with a few different genres.

From episodic memoirs to text-based indies, beginner-friendly city builders to therapeutic puzzlers, Game Pass is absolutely loaded with easy games to store under your belt. Therefore, if you want to hash out a few games and bulk out your GS along the way, then be sure to check out these five simple yet effective essentials.

5. Townscraper

Townscaper Announcement Trailer

Technically, you can bypass most of the world Townscraper tries so desperately hard to keep you immersed in, and mop up every one of its achievements in less than 15 minutes. That is, providing you don't mind scooting past the actual city-building aspect and going straight for the achievements, in which case you can clean this one out and have it uninstalled in one quick sitting.

Townscraper is perhaps one of the most beginner-friendly sandbox city-building games on Game Pass, period. The goal is simple: select a color, and build platforms, homes, gardens, and skyscrapers on an enormous grid by simply tapping a button. There are 10 achievements to collect in total, which range from placing 1,000 blocks, to building all the way up to the sky. So long as you spam that A button, you should have everything sewn up in a matter of minutes.

4. Unpacking

Unpacking | Launch Trailer

Unpacking is an incredibly therapeutic puzzle game that has you unboxing and putting away all sorts of household items over a number of years. With several homes to work through, all of which tie in with the unnamed protagonist's story, you must work to figure out where everything goes, and turn otherwise vacant shells into warm homes fit for loving families. Or, if you're only out to get the 1000G, then you could just switch off the puzzle mode. Either way, it's an easy game to get out in just under two hours, give or take.

Of course, you could always follow the episodic timeline and do things the way they are meant to be done. If the Feng Shui lifestyle isn't for you, though, then disable the strict targets and shovel through the boxes like there's no tomorrow. Shift enough of the items about, and you'll have the game done and dusted in no time at all.

3. My Friend Peppa Pig

My friend Peppa Pig - Announce Trailer

Granted, My Friend Peppa Pig isn't for everyone — especially anyone over the age of six. And yet, annoyingly, there's still an incentive to play it, if only to bag the stupidly easy achievements that it practically hands you on a silver platter. And if you make it quick and skip all the award-winning stories that it tries to cram down your throat, then you may just be able to be in and out in thirty minutes or less.

If you've watched an episode of Peppa Pig, then you will no doubt already be prepared for half the battle, as the game is no different. You create a character, meet up with Peppa Pig and her family, and then scoot around the hillside town doing various activities. There's one button you have to press, and the bulk of the game can be mopped up in minutes, so long as you don't hang around building sandcastles with Pedro Pony for four hours, of course. Easy completion? Absolutely. Unencumbered thrills? Not in a million years.

2. A Memoir Blue

A MEMOIR BLUE | Launch Trailer

A Memoir Blue is something of a poetic journey that tells a short but surprisingly sweet tale through interactive cutscenes. And if you think that sounds too easy, well that's because it is. It is too easy, which is precisely why achievement hunters will get a kick out of blazing through it without so much as a care in the world to stop and appreciate the charming story that it holds dear.

It's simple enough, though, which is why you should spend the two hours that is asks from you playing it. Move an ice cube, flick the switch of a billboard — do whatever you want, and you'll more than likely crush every achievement on the first try. And if not, then hey — replays are always an option.

1. Coffee Talk

Coffee Talk - Announcement Trailer

I can't say I know anyone with an achievement for peppering a chocolate-sprinkled orangutan on a vanilla cappuccino, which, to be honest, makes one of my own achievements from Coffee Talk feel slightly more personal. And that's just one of the easy accolades that come bundled in with the simple yet effective episodic adventure. The rest, well, it didn't exactly cost an arm and a leg to claim them, either. Quite the contrary, in fact.

Coffee Talk is a four-hour long adventure that puts you in charge of a late night caffeine dump. As the owner, you're tasked with talking with the regulars, drawing up coffee art, and brewing new drinks for the locals to try out. That's really all there is to it, and it's surprisingly therapeutic. Add the fact that it's laden with sleepy lo-fi music and wholesome conversations, and you've got all the subtle elements needed to make a perfect afternoon killer. Oh, and its achievements are definitely up there for being some of the easiest on Game Pass, too. So there's that.


So, what's your take? Have you been able to breeze through any of the above games yet? Any other suggestions for the easiest 1000G list? Let us know over on our socials here or down in the comments below.

Jord is acting Team Leader at If he isn't blabbering on in his daily listicles, then he's probably out writing fantasy novels or scraping Game Pass of all its slept on indies.