Quick and Easy Platinum Trophies

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These 53 Easy Platinum Trophies can be Earned in Less Than an Hour!

Trophy Hunting is a strange thing. Some hunters like to restrict their hunting to games within a specific series, as a way to show their love. Others only go for the most difficult of games so that their collection can be worn with honour and pride. The majority of Trophy Hunters, however, collect for the sake of collecting. It doesn’t matter what the game is. As long as there’s a Platinum to be had, they are glad to have it no matter how easy the platinum trophy was. Even if that means playing a game several times just to stack region and console-specific Platinum trophies together.

I’ve been known to farm the quick and easy platinum trophies in the past. When I first started trophy hunting I must have earned about 50 trophies in the space of a few weeks because MrZhangetsu and I were bulking out our numbers with a few easy platinum trophies. Lately, though, I’ve become more selective about what Platinums I want and so will often use my alt account (PlatGet_DblTap) when I need to earn a cheap game for a trophy guide.

Why? Well, it’s been beaten into me by the community, I suppose.

There’s a large subsect of elitist trophy hunters who will call out any hunter they see with easy platinum trophies like “My Name is Mayo” or “Slyde” on their trophy list, telling them that by earning these trophies they have essentially de-legitimised their entire collection.

This list is not for those people. This list is floor-to-ceiling filled with the very easy platinum trophies that boil their blood. So, if you’re a carefree trophy hunter who’s just in it for the numbers and the satisfaction of popping another Platinum into your collection, don’t let the elitists gate-keep your hobby – here’s 53 Platinum Trophies that you can use for a quick Platinum fix in less than an hour!

We’re going to keep this list updated by adding any new quick and easy guides we put up on the site, so check back often to see what’s been added!

Last Updated: March 10th, 2022

1. Road Bustle Platinum

A very easy re-imagining of Frogger, this title has got quite a lot of attention in the community lately for it’s laughably easy Platinum Trophy.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £0.79 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: Road Bustle Trophy Guide & Road Map

2. Chickens on the Road Platinum

Very similar to Road Bustle, this very game’s very simple and easy platinum trophy requires you to make your way down a road, running over as many… “Chickens” as possible.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £0.79 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: Chickens on the Road Trophy Guide & Road Map

3. Snake Boat: Otterrific Arcade Platinum

The only thing more simple than earning the platinum in this game is its gameplay. Simply move your boat around with to avoid slow-moving arrows. With a few quick playthroughs you’ll have this easy platinum trophy faster than you can say “Thar’s a snake in my boat!”

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £0.79 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: Snake Boat Trophy Guide & Road Map

4. My Name is Mayo Platinum

Among easy Platinum Trophies, this game is infamous and requires you to put the button on your controller to the test. For almost an hour you’ll get to sit there pushing like you’ve never pushed before.

Estimated Time to Plat: < 1 hour

Price: £0.99 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: My Name is Mayo Trophy Guide & Road Map

5. My Name is Mayo 2 Platinum

If the -pushing action of My Name is Mayo left you wanting for more, there’s another 30-40 minutes of -annihilating fun to be had in the exciting sequel!

Estimated Time to Plat: Around 1 hour

Price: £0.99 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: My Name is Mayo 2 Trophy Guide & Road Map

6. Slyde Platinum

Famous for replacing “1,000 Top Rated” which was essentially the same game, but it was literally listed on the store as a way to earn easy trophies and was taken down for that reason. All 14 of Slyde’s trophies – 11 of which are gold – can all be earned in a matter of seconds.

Estimated Time to Plat: 1 minute (with solution – see guide)

Price: £0.99 / $0.99

Trophy Guide: Slyde Trophy Guide & Road Map

7. Memory Lane Platinum

An extremely simple memory card game, Memory Lane can be platted in just 15 minutes by any player who doesn’t suffer from severe short-term memory loss.

Estimated Time to Plat: 15 minutes

Price: £3.29 / $3.99

Trophy Guide: Memory Lane Trophy Guide & Road Map

8. Jigsaw Abundance Platinum

Brought to you by the same folks behind Memory Lane, Jigsaw abundance is a collection of simple jigsaw puzzles. All you’ll need to do for the platinum is complete 20 of them!

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Jigsaw Abundance Trophy Guide & Road Map

9. Dark Sauce Platinum

A legitimately challenging platformer with charming voxel graphics. Dark Sauce can be platted in about an hour legitimately, but things are made much easier via the inclusion of a cheat code which unlocks all levels.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes with cheat code (see guide), 1-2 hours without

Price: £3.69 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Dark Sauce Trophy Guide & Road Map

10. Of Tanks and Demons III Platinum

This Top-down game lets you experience what Pacman would be like if you could shoot back. Honestly, it’s one of my least favourite titles from this list, but at least there’s a cheat code to ease the pain!

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes with cheat code (see guide), 3-5 hours without

Price: £3.69 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Of Tanks and Demons III Trophy Guide & Road Mapc

11. Lord of the Click Platinum

This decent little cookie-clicker/tower-defence style game is far from being the worst on the list, and can actually be enjoyable. However, if you want the Platinum as fast as possible, your experience will consist of entering a cheat code and then spending 30-40 minutes hitting , , , and repeatedly.

Don’t worry, this is the last game on the list that uses cheat codes.

Estimated Time to Plat: Around 1 hour with cheat code (see guide), 2-3 hours without

Price: £3.69 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Lord of the Click Trophy Guide & Road Map

12. Gun Crazy Platinum

Gun Crazy is a pretty fun (but equally challenging) Megaman-inspired game. While the platinum can be done in as little as 10 minutes by a relatively skilled player, those like myself who need a few practice runs might spend about 30 minutes in this legitimately good game.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Gun Crazy Trophy Guide & Road Map

13. Pity Pit Platinum

Pity Pit is my favourite game on this list by far, and one that I will be going back to plat on my main account. This very simple yet charming rogue-like Dig Dug-inspired indie title is a lot more fun than it looks. There’s a whole crafting and shopping system in place and a lot of incentive and satisfaction in getting further and further into the mine.

Sadly for those hoping to actually experience the game, the Platinum trophy only requires you to play the first area over and over. But that’s good news for those hoping for a quick plat!

Estimated Time to Plat: 15 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Pity Pit Trophy Guide & Road Map

14. Tamiku Platinum

Another genuinely fun game, Tamiku draws inspiration from many retro games to bring you a title that offers a little challenge and a lot of charm!

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Tamiku Trophy Guide & Road Map

15. Gravity Duck Platinum

Gravity Duck is a fast-paced platformer with similar gravity-bending mechanics to the well-known indie title “VVVVVV”. The levels seem to be built in such a way that you need to play them a few times to fine-tune your reactions, but overall it’s not a terrible experience.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Gravity Duck Trophy Guide & Road Map

16. Rush Rover Platinum

Another high-tempo retro-inspired indie title. This game has you dodging and weaving between projectiles in the hopes of avoiding damage and taking out bots for various “Unscathed” and “Blitz” medals. It’s really not as difficult as it seems at face value.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Rush Rover Trophy Guide & Road Map

17. Deep Space Rush Platinum

Another rogue-like die-and-retry title, Deep Space Rush keeps its Platinum attainable and frustration-less by using cumulative totals and store purchases which persist after death. Whilst dying as many times as you like, you can use the money you collect to upgrade your weapons and the powerups you can find whilst descending deeper into the zombie-filled endless corridor of a space base.

It’s actually not a bad game either!

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Deep Space Rush Trophy Guide & Road Map

18. Himno Platinum

Himno is a very atmospheric yet extremely dark game. No, not emotionally dark, but visually – you can’t see a damn thing.

It feels like it’s going to be one of those indie titles that has something to say but you need to uncover it first. So in that sense, it’s kind of a shame that the Platinum is so quick, as you don’t really need to spend long enough in the title to discover what it’s all about.

Just jump on some platforms and light a few torches and the platinum will practically come to you.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Himno Trophy Guide & Road Map

19. Clash Force Platinum

Clash Force is yet another game with retro graphics, clearly pulling inspiration from games like Sonic and Metal Slug. All you have to do for this platinum is make it to the fourth boss – you don’t even need to beat that boss.

I actually enjoyed this one a lot, it had some fun moments and offered just enough of a challenge without becoming frustrating.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Clash Force Trophy Guide & Road Map

20. Mochi Mochi Boy Platinum

Now, this. This is one of the good ones. It’s a puzzle game with some genuinely well-crafted puzzles, although it doesn’t try to do anything particularly new. Regardless, I really enjoyed it.

The graphics have a particularly pleasant, polished aesthetic. It’s as though Nintendo or SEGA had put them together themselves.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Mochi Mochi Boy Trophy Guide & Road Map

21. 112th Seed Platinum

The platinum screenshot didn’t show anything, so here’s a different one.

In immediate contrast to the last game, here’s one I really didn’t like. It features puzzles which, rather than being challenging or asking you to think outside the box, really just force you to do everything the long way. After a while it just becomes exhausting. At least it’s a short route to the Platinum.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: 112th Seed Trophy Guide & Road Map

22. Batu ta Batu Platinum

Batu ta Batu is a particularly difficult game to explain. All I can really say is that it’s a fun and challenging puzzle game which tests your quick-thinking skills in a simple way. I definitely enjoyed this one a lot and so earned it on my main account.

The game’s visuals are also very satisfying and pleasant to look at for extended periods of time.

Estimated Time to Plat: 45 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Batu ta Batu Trophy Guide & Road Map

23. More Dark Platinum

Yet another Puzzle/Platforming title, More Dark combines a pleasant pixel art style and offers up some really decent puzzles, all based around bopping some of hell’s inmates on the noggin before finding your way to the entrance, making sure you didn’t accidentally trap yourself in the process.

Estimated Time to Plat: 45 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: More Dark Trophy Guide & Road Map

24. CrossKrush Platinum

Probably the one game on this list with the most unique concept, CrossKrush is a puzzle game in which you play an elderly person (gender of your choice) and attempt to rid the road outside your home of traffic – you can’t hear your gramophone at all!

The traffic moves slowly, allowing you to set up traps and get a few good whacks in with your cane. destroying certain vehicles will cause additional effects and you can even get power-ups that let you shoot a traffic-obliterating laser-beam.

If the gameplay doesn’t tickle your wrinkled pickle, though, don’t worry about it as there’s a method for skipping through to the important bits. You should be able to plat this game in under an hour either way.

Estimated Time to Plat: 45 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: CrossKrush Trophy Guide & Road Map

25. Milo’s Quest Platinum

Here’s another one I really enjoyed. Similar to old-school Legend of Zelda games, Milo’s Quest is a top-down adventure game that’ll have you head-butting giant marshmallows to death and looting chests for cake and chicken legs.

There are also optional block-pushing puzzles which actually play a huge part in our next game…

Estimated Time to Plat: around 1 hour

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Milo’s Quest Trophy Guide & Road Map

26. Super Box Land Demake Platinum

Super Box Land is a game comprised entirely of pushing boxes onto buttons to open gates. While the puzzles are actually clever and do provide a challenge, they get very stale extremely quickly and I didn’t really have the best time earning this platinum.

Also it annoys me that it is called a “Demake” when there never was actually a “Super Box Land” but I’m told that “Demake” is not – as you might expect – a word which particularly means “Retro Remake”.

Estimated Time to Plat: around 1 hour

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Super Box Land Trophy Guide & Road Map

27. Bird Game + Platinum

Again, Platinum screenshot sucked so here’s one that’s… Better?

Bird Game + is a rare case in this collection where both the graphics and the gameplay are – in my honest opinion – garbage. I did not enjoy this one in the slightest and it felt a lot like a game that someone made for practice, but decided to sell anyway… For almost £4.

Estimated Time to Plat: 45 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Bird Game + Trophy Guide & Road Map

28. Jack n Jill DX Platinum

Another black and white game, but which is marginally better. Jack n Jill DX is a puzzle-platformer which asks you to do one thing, and one thing only – push at the right time.

Your character will move automatically to the right or left (changing direction upon contact with a wall) and you will need to time your button presses to ensure you safely avoid obstacles and bounce off enemies. It’s not bad, not bad at all.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Jack n Jill DX Trophy Guide & Road Map

29. Super Destronaut Platinum

Platinum screenshot wasn’t very representative, so here’s a good one.

Here’s another one that I had a lot of fun with. Super Destronaut re-imagines the classic Space Invaders format by introducing challenges and alternate modes, all presented in a bright and pleasant aesthetic.

Estimated Time to Plat: 15 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Super Destronaut Trophy Guide & Road Map

30. Inksplosion Platinum

From the creators of Super Destronaut, Inksplosion is a pocket-sized wave-based bullet hell game with yet another modernised re-imagining of retro graphics to boot. There’s a decent amount of challenge to find here, but the fun factor does wear out quickly.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Inksplosion Trophy Guide & Road Map

31. Mr. Massagy Platinum

Mr. Massagy is a pretty funny dating sim parody brought to you by the same folks who put together My Name is Mayo. The platinum doesn’t require anything too strenuous but there’s some conversation walkthroughs in the Trophy Guide to help out if needed.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Mr. Massagy Trophy Guide & Road Map

32. A Winter’s Daydream Platinum

Following the same theme, A Winter’s Daydream is a more genuine dating sim. The interesting thing about this game and its platinum is that you can earn the whole thing by just mashing through all the dialogue. There’s literally no choices to make or anything, it’s probably the easiest one here.

Admittedly, I didn’t do much more than skim-read through the story but unless I’m going insane, I could swear that it’s seriously about a guy dating his Grandma?

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £4.99 / $5.99

Trophy Guide: A Winter’s Daydream Trophy Guide & Road Map

33. Storm Boy Platinum

If we were giving awards, this one would probably win the award for highest quality game on this list. The graphics aren’t ground-breaking, but they have a nice look to them. The gameplay isn’t anything special, but it all works as intended and plays really well.

The big-hitting selling point of this game, though, is the story. It’s based on a real children’s book of the same name and actually turns out to be a really touching tale about a boy and his Pelican. Definitely worth playing whether the platinum is easy or not… Which it is, of course.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £4.99 / $5.99

Trophy Guide: Storm Boy Trophy Guide & Road Map

34. Fullblast Platinum

Plat screenshot wasn’t great, you know the deal by now.

Here’s another game which I really enjoyed. FullBlast is a high quality and well-crafted bullet hell/shoot-em-up game reminiscent of the many similar titles found in arcades and on retro consoles.

The platinum doesn’t ask for much, but I found myself playing more than I needed to simply because I enjoyed it.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £4.99 / $5.99

Trophy Guide: FullBlast Trophy Guide & Road Map

35. BFF or Die Platinum

This here is one of the most expensive games in the list at a price of £6.49 ($7.99) and it just so happens to be the game least deserving of its price. Nothing about this game feels polished at all and it felt like an ambitious first-year game dev student’s end-of-year project.

Maybe I’m being a bit too harsh but I really just hate everything about this one. The gameplay is boring, the mechanics are plain weird, the characters are ugly, and I can’t comprehend why the sci-fi time-travel puzzle game takes place exclusively in Ancient Egypt?

Whatever the case, it has bafflingly high review scores, so who knows – maybe I’m just cynical.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £6.49 / $7.99

Trophy Guide: BFF or Die Trophy Guide & Road Map

36. Cross the Moon Platinum

Cross the Moon is another Visual Novel game, meaning you can enjoy as much or as little of it as you like. The only thing to look out for are hidden helix patterns, but you can even set the game up to skip absolutely everything except the hidden helixes.

The game blends a charming illustrative style with photographic backgrounds to offer a very unique visual experience.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Cross the Moon Trophy Guide & Road Map

37. Arrog Platinum

Arrog is a rather profound, beautiful, and very short gaming experience. There are simple visual puzzles embedded in a minimalist art style and garnished with excellent sound design. It’s certainly an entertaining and enjoyable experience for which you can collect a Platinum Trophy in just 30 minutes.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £2.49 / $2.99

Trophy Guide: Arrog Trophy Guide & Road Map

38. In Rays of the Light Platinum

In Rays of the Light is a short exploration and puzzle-solving game similar to Myst, which seems to have a lot to say about society—though I’m not sure exactly what it’s trying to say.

Going into the game blind could certainly result in a long Platinum Journey, but with our Trophy Walkthrough in hand, you’re guaranteed to find all of the optional trophies tied to certain objects, while also blasting through the otherwise-complex puzzles throughout.

Estimated Time to Plat: 1 hour

Price: £6.49 / $7.99

Trophy Guide: In Rays of the Light Trophy Guide & Road Map

39. Concept Destruction Platinum

Quite an interesting concept with fairly commendable execution, Concept Destruction is a destruction derby game within which all of the vehicles are cardboard crafts and the stages are tabletop environments. The gameplay is certainly fun enough to keep you entertained for a short while and, fortunately, the trophy journey is short enough that it won’t overstay its welcome.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Concept Destruction Trophy Guide & Road Map

40. Snakeybus Platinum

Snakeybus features a very entertaining mashup of the classic “snake” and arcade racing games. In it, your bendy-bus will slowly extend in length until you find yourself avoiding head-on collisions with your own carriages.

The gameplay reaches a peak towards the end of a run when you begin to struggle to find any space on the track that you’re not already occupying. Thinking ahead is the key to success and there’s a surprising amount of joy to be found in doing so.

It’s one of the most expensive games on our list but is indeed one of the most enjoyable. Additionally, it frequently seems to be on sale so it’s unlikely that you won’t get it at a discount!

Estimated Time to Plat: Around 1 hour

Price: £9.49 / $11.99

Trophy Guide: Snakeybus Trophy Guide & Road Map

41. Legends of Talia: Arcadia Platinum

Legends of Talia: Arcadia is another Visual Novel entry. Using built-in skipping mechanics you can blow through the entire story and collect its trophies in as little as a minute. Every single trophy is an unmissable story-related trophy and there’s literally nothing else to look out for.

Estimated Time to Plat: Less than 10 minutes

Price: £2.49 / $2.99

Trophy Guide: Legends of Talia: Arcadia Trophy Guide & Road Map

42. Orbibot Platinum

Another entry from Ratalaika, the undisputed kings of easy platinum trophies. Orbibot is a short puzzle game in which you navigate treacherous environments as a sphere. The gameplay is similar to Super Monkey Ball, but with a slower pace and more puzzle-solving mechanics.

If all you’re after is the Platinum, though, you will only need to complete a handful of stages and then you can tap out just as the puzzles start to get challenging.

There are a few hidden items that you’ll need to sniff out, but luckily our trophy guide for this one is more of a walkthrough, ensuring you don’t miss a thing on your journey.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Orbibot Trophy Guide & Road Map

43. Virtuous Western Platinum

Virtuous Western is a puzzle game, consisting of several short stages in which you need to figure out the ideal string of actions that will kill all enemies in the stage without you getting shot. The puzzles themselves can be very fun and there’s a certain satisfaction that comes with figuring out the right series of events.

Estimated Time to Plat: 15-20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Virtuous Western Trophy Guide & Road Map

44. One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party Platinum

Unlike some of the other Ratalaika-published games on this list, One-eyed Lee and the Dinner Party’s platinum trophy will require you to play and experience the entire game start-to-finish. Still, it’s a very short experience.

There are a few puzzles to solve in this point-and-click visual novel. As with other visual novels there are options for skipping all dialogue so that you can blast through the game, but you may struggle to solve some of the puzzles if you do this. Fortunately, our trophy guide has you covered, ensuring you interact with all the right things at all the right times.

Estimated Time to Plat: 15-40 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party Trophy Guide & Road Map

45. Golf Zero Platinum

Golf Zero is a very satisfying physics-based puzzle game that asks you to putt the ball while avoiding myriad obstacles and hazards. Think of it as Super Meat Boy meets Golfing.

The Platinum can be earned in as little as 30 minutes by completing just the first 41 of the 80 available stages.

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Golf Zero Trophy Guide & Road Map

46. Takorita Meets Fries Platinum

Takorita Meets Fries is another visual novel shipped with built-in skip settings that allow you to jump from choice to choice until you’ve acquired your platinum. Our Trophy Guide even includes a walkthrough detailing the ideal saves to make and load as well as details of which choices to go with, so you can truly avoid the story if you really wish.

The bizarre story is wrapped in an equally-unique art style that won’t appeal to everybody, so it’s understandable if you’d like to make your stay as short as possible.

Estimated Time to Plat: 5 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Takorita Meets Fries Trophy Guide & Road Map

47. Gleylancer Platinum

Gleylancer is one of my favorites on this list. It’s a nostalgic revival of a 1992 Sega Mega Drive classic, complete with 90s anime stills.

In true Ratalaika fashion, new features have been added to the game which make the Platinum much easier to obtain if you’d rather avoid diving head-first into an arguably-challenging retro bullet-hell game. There’s a whole array of settings that allow you to adjust the difficulty to your liking.

At one end of the spectrum, the platinum earns itself. At the opposite end, though, the game’s original challenge is alive and well.

Estimated Time to Plat: 45 minutes

Price: £4.99 / $6.99

Trophy Guide: Gleylancer Trophy Guide & Road Map

48. Reminiscence in the Night Platinum

Reminiscence in the Night is yet another easy Visual Novel game from Ratalaika. Like One-Eyed Lee, there are some light point-and-click elements to the gameplay, but by utilising our Trophy Guide you can blast through everything in as little as 20 minutes.

The story follows a young girl dealing with amnesia and trying to piece together vague memories and figure out how their amnesia started. Built-in dialogue-skipping features can be found here too if the story is of no interest to you.

Estimated Time to Plat: 20 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Reminiscence in the Night Trophy Guide & Road Map

49. Night Lights Platinum

Built with a very easy-on-the-eye vector art style, Night Lights is a short puzzle-platformer that focuses on the interactions between light and shadow. The pleasant visuals, calm aesthetic, and enjoyable gameplay make for a great addition to our easy platinum list.

The Platinum Journey sits among some of the longer ones on this list, but you’ll find that you still don’t need to complete the game in its entirety. Good news for those who find it’s not their cup of tea.

Estimated Time to Plat: About 1 hour

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Night Lights Trophy Guide & Road Map

50. A Year of Springs Platinum

A Year of Springs features a very cute and simple art style that I personally found to be very pleasant. However, the gameplay amounts to little more than another Visual Novel based around the eventful lives of three young friends. With built-in skip options you can blow through any dialogue that doesn’t interest you.

All of the trophies in A Year of Springs are tied to different possible endings to the game’s three-story campaigns, but by using our Trophy Guide you can make sure you take the path of least resistance by making the right choices and saving at just the right times.

Estimated Time to Plat: 10 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: A Year of Springs Trophy Guide & Road Map

51. Gardener’s Path Platinum

Gardener’s Path is a gardening-based directional puzzle game, in which you must find the correct combination of inputs to make it through each stage without meeting an untimely end. The puzzles can prove enjoyably challenging and the whole experience is wrapped in a pleasant pixel-art style that expresses expert knowledge of color theory.

For any stage that proves too challenging, we’ve actually included the correct button inputs for each stage that’s required for the platinum, which can all be found in our Trophy Guide for this game.

Estimated Time to Plat: Around 1 hour

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Gardener’s Path Trophy Guide & Road Map

52. Kinduo Platinum

This short and sweet platforming puzzle game has the added bonus that it can be completed in couch co-op mode, so you can experience the platinum journey alone or with a friend. Either way, the journey’s quick and easy.

The puzzles revolve around the two main characters’ unique abilities. One has electricity abilities whereas the other has rock abilities. Understanding these and using them to solve the puzzles will allow you to reach the end of each stage. There are a few semi-missable trophies throughout the game, for which you can, of course, rely on our trophy guide!

Estimated Time to Plat: 30 minutes

Price: £3.99 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Kinduo Trophy Guide & Road Map

53. Tilting Tiles Platinum

In Tilting Tiles, you have a limited number of moves in which to collect all of the gems in a stage. The goal is to identify the best route to collect all gems in the least number of moves.

Most trophies in the game require you to simply complete certain stages, but there are a few for which you will need to complete levels under par. Fortunately, our trophy guide includes a full guide for all 60 of the levels you’ll need to complete in pursuit of the Platinum Trophy.

Estimated Time to Plat: 40 minutes with our trophy walkthrough

Price: £4.29 / $4.99

Trophy Guide: Tilting Tiles Trophy Guide & Road Map

Quick and Easy Platinum Trophies: Conclusion

That’s the lot! There are likely hundreds more games like this out there and this article only covers the extreme cases of sub-one-hour easy platinum trophies when there are plenty out there which are just as easy and take just 2-5 hours to plat. So, if you enjoy this post then please let us know on Twitter @GetPlat or Instagram @platget and we’ll keep this post updated with any new quick and easy trophy guides that we push out!