Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Xbox One Cheats - This War Of Mine: The Little Ones

Secret Achievements
Complete one of the following Secret achievements to collect their Xbox Live Gamerscore points:
Unlockable: --- How to Unlock:
A bit of indulgence (10 GP) --- We all indulged our addictions. It keeps the spirits up, and to hell with health issues for once!
Avoid the worst (70 GP) --- Attacking a place that shelters a kid... Atrocious! We stand together to protect our little one!
Back from the brink (50 GP) --- With just kind words and deeds, we helped one of us survive the darkest depression.
Better days (50 GP) --- Kids... they sometimes seem to be far away from this war. It's heartwarming.
Bless the radio (10 GP) --- The radio is useful beyond expectations. We get weather reports, important news and music too.
Bond for life (20 GP) --- At least the kid has a new playmate. Maybe it will even be a break from our daily routine here.
Creature comforts (20 GP) --- Our place is starting to resemble a proper home and it keeps the spirits up.
Day 7 (10 GP) --- We've been holed up here for seven days, and we've managed to keep everyone alive - so far...
Distilled gold (20 GP) --- We managed to distill some moonshine. Under siege, food and alcohol are always in high demand.
Doubled the watch (10 GP) --- It's crucial to secure our place against intruders. Two lookouts can watch out for each other.
Everybody's got to learn (10 GP) --- Solidarity. That's the first thing we have to teach to our children.
Finished ransacking (10 GP) --- We've explored every nook and cranny of our abode. Now we must venture outside for more supplies.
First blood (10 GP) --- One of us had a brush with violent death. Let's hope there'll be no more such encounters.
Hostel's open! (10 GP) --- We now have enough beds for everyone except the one who has to go out and scavenge.
Miraculous recovery (50 GP) --- Either modern medicines work miracles, or perhaps some of us have really robust immune systems.
No more tears (30 GP) --- Nothing is more beautiful to see than a child smile and play again.
Our future (100 GP) --- We made it! Schools will reopen soon. From now on, kids will live a normal life again.
Our own playground (10 GP) --- We wish we could be kids again and have fun with practically nothing.
Patched up and ready to go (50 GP) --- What good fortune. We managed to dress these grave wounds and now they are healing nicely.
Shooting for five stars (10 GP) --- For the first time since we wound up here all of us ate a hot meal. Let's not get used to it yet.
The school of life (50 GP) --- It's crucial that kids learn to survive on their own. What if we don't come back one night?
Traces of lives (10 GP) --- Every building we visit has a story to tell. What kind of story will we leave behind...?
Vexing snow (30 GP) --- Vexing snow. Half of the city's buried so deep we can't get there. My kingdom for a snow plow...
War is over (100 GP) --- The dogs of war have been raging around for so long. I survived and I hope I am not the only one.
We have wintered (50 GP) --- The winter's gone. The freeze is over. We made it through... everyone made it! Amazing.
We made a stand (70 GP) --- Bandits came in packs like hungry wolves. We beat them back every night. And everyone survived.
We made it! (100 GP) --- At first we hardly dared to hope we'd make it, yet we're still here. It means something... right?

We've been everywhere (30 GP) --- We've searched everywhere, and there's almost nothing useful left. This war can't end soon enough.

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