Xbox Games with Gold titles Calico & Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine are still available for claim until September. Grab ’em while they last!
Calico: Monaco: What’s Yours? will be both cycled out from the Games With Gold lineup August 31st, with Microsoft set to announce September’s games — along with another batch of games coming to Xbox Game Pass — in the next few days, so we’ll find out soon what their replacements will be. ScourgeBringer will still be available for you to claim until September 15, but that’s only for a few weeks.
Calico is a day-in-the-life community sim game where you are given an important and adorable task: rebuild the town’s cat café and fill it with cute and cuddly creatures! Build up your café by filling it with cute furniture, fun decorations, yummy pastries, and get it bustling with animals again!
Monaco: What’s Yours?
Monaco: What’s Yours?
Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine is a game about heists. You can create a team of thieves to execute the perfect crime. Play as The Locksmith, The Lookout or The Pickpocket. Use smoke bombs and wrenches to infiltrate or cause havoc with shotguns or C4.Monaco supports single-player robbery and co-op parties. Retire in style after one more heist.
Calico sees you running a cat café and its achievement list is pretty straightforward, with a completion estimate of around 6-8 hours. Monaco’s achievements require that you play each mission at least twice. You must do it both solo and in co-op. Although we have a walkthrough that will help you, it is not a complete guide. You’ll still need to hire a team if you want to complete the game. There are only 400G available due to this being a late Xbox Live Arcade release. If you’re interested in completing this task, the estimated time is between 20-25 hours.
Even if you’re not immediately interested in either game, there no harm in any Gold members adding these to their library before they disappear — you never know when you might need a game like one of these for a community event or monthly Target, so it never hurts to have these ‘free’ games in your pocket in case you ever need them.
Are you curious to see what could replace Calico or Monaco in September’s Games with Gold? Let us know your thoughts!
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