Current on Minecraft Xbox 360, Minecraft only has 20 achievements. That might seem like alot, but one of the games I play has 91 achievements (that might be a bit overboard, but it still proves a point that Minecraft Xbox 360 doesn't have many achievements compared to other games). So here is my long, and currently still growing, list of achievements. You can add if you like, but if you do please state how many gamerpoints the achievement will give you (surely, they're called gamerpoints right?). (Also, some of the achievement names I made are quite silly so...)
- You get this if a creeper goes behind you without you realizing (15 Gamerpoints)
- Kill 100 mobs (20 Gamerpoints)
- Plant one of each kind of sapling (10 gamerpoints)
- Get yourself poisoned (in any way you like) after hitting some grass (20 gamerpoints)
- Destroy 15 flowers within a 1 minute period (10 gamerpoints)
- Travel to all four corners of the world (15 gamerpoints)
The Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
The xbox one has an achievement, fill an entire chest with full cobblestone stacks. So I think your stone one is a little small for the amount of points.
I love achievments so don't think I'm against you when I say this, but I think there's some sort of system Microsoft has or achievments. Arcade games seem to only ever have 1000 points, usualy divided into 10-20 tasks. Full games (things that cost 60 bucks or more) have much more points, I feel like they do 10,000? Could be wrong. Anyhow, full games only get new achievments when they hae DLC. Content that must be purchased, not the free updates we get here.
I think I paid $20 for minecraft, so yes it's a full game but it's not a "full" game if you understand my meaning. And to clarify, I'm not against you here. Maybe not the a chimneys you suggested, but it would be nice. I just have a feeling there's something we don't know fully that will keep this from ever happening.
Since the community is pretty much split on whether or not to add the 1.7 biomes to the 360/PS3, perhaps offering them as a separate "purchasable" update is a good way to sneak in those additional Achievements.