Xbox: 36 games to check for free

With today’s The Game Awards, Xbox is announcing its winter indie games festival. You can check out as many as 36 different demos, so it’s best to run to your consoles right away. There is not much time left.

Xbox Winter Games Fest – An army of turkeys on the attack

As it turns out Xbox Winter Games Fest has been running since December 7 this year. It will last until December 21, and then you have a chance to check as many as 36 different items, mostly from independent studies. Let’s take a look at their list – the names of the studios responsible for demos are placed in parentheses, if you would like to take a closer look at any of them.

  • Apico (Whitethorn Digital/TNgineers),
  • Aspire: Ina’s Tale (Untold Tales/Wondernauts Studio),
  • Aztech Forgotten Gods (Canvas),
  • Best Month Ever! (Klabater/Warsaw Film School Video Game & Film Production Studio),
  • Blacktail (The Parasight),
  • Blind Fate: Edo no Yami (101XP/Troglobytes Games),
  • Breakers Collection (QUByte Interactive),
  • Castle on the Coast (Klabater/Big Heart Productions),
  • Chenso Club (Aurora Punks/Pixadome),
  • Death Trash (Crafting Legends),
  • Demon Turf (Playtonic Games/Fabraz),
  • Flewfie’s Adventure (Valorware LTD),
  • Freshly Frosted (The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild),
  • Grid Force – Mask of the Goddess (Playtra Games),
  • Josh Journey: Darkness Totems (QUByte Interactive / Província Studio),
  • Justice Sucks: Recharged (Samurai Punk),
  • Kraken Academy!! (Fellow Traveller/Happy Broccoli Games),
  • Lonesome Village (Ogre Pixel),
  • Loot River (,
  • Mind Scanners (Brave At Night/The Outer Zone),
  • Nobody Saves the World (Drinkbox Studios),
  • Outbreak: Contagious Memories (Dead Drop Studios),
  • Overpass: Rhythm Roadtrip (The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild/Studio Bean),
  • Princess Farmer (Whitethorn Games/Samobee Games),
  • Raccoo Venture (QUByte Interactive/Diego Ras),
  • Space Boat (Recombobulator Games),
  • Spacelines From the Far Out (Skystone Games/Coffeenauts),
  • Super Toy Cars Offroad (Eclipse Games),
  • The Chase of Ellen (Nick Silverstein),
  • The Darkest Tales (101XP/Trinity Team),
  • The Gardener and the Wild Vines (Finite Reflection Studios),
  • The Last Oricru (Koch Media / Prime Matter / GoldKnights),
  • The Tale of Bistun (Black Cube Games),
  • Treasures of the Aegean (Numskull Games/Undercoders),
  • Tunic (Finji/Isometricorp),
  • What Lies in the Multiverse (Untold Tales/Studio Voyager).
The croissant fashion continues, and Loot River is a good example of this (source: Xbox Wire)

A great year for Xbox

Demos are available on Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles. Although this is an amazing initiative for independent game developers, it will be difficult for each game to break into the minds of players when 35 more titles are competing for the attention of them and gaming journalists. Competition has not hurt anyone yet, and I’m sure we’ll hear about the best gems soon.

However, it must be said clearly – Xbox has had a fantastic year in the industry. There has not been a week when we did not write about the news from the Green Stable – players have been playing in Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5 breaks records in popularity, and Xbox Game Pass is on its way to becoming the default form of video game consumption.

The actions of Phil Spencer’s team show that consistency and faith in action can work miracles.

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