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The [email protected] Game Fest returns to Xbox One

Microsoft’s [email protected] Game Fest returns for its fourth successive year.

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Microsoft’s [email protected] Game Fest returns for its fourth successive year.

The [email protected] Game Fest is back to highlight some of the best indie games released on the Xbox platform in recent years.

With a focus on the theme of ‘Gaming for Everyone’, the festival is showcasing 31 titles. Among the lineup are some of our favourite games, including Night in the Woods, Firewatch, and Where the Bees Make Honey.

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The festival runs until May 27, and in its last week the [email protected] Super Sale will promote some more titles along with a selection of discounts on the Xbox One Digital Games Store.

Here’s the initial list of 31 games featured in the festival. Head over to the Xbox website to hear more from the creators behind each one.

[email protected] Game Fest titles

  • 1979 Revolution: Black Friday
  • 39 Days to Mars
  • Aritana and the Harpy’s Feather
  • Blackwood Crossing
  • Celeste
  • Dandara
  • Firewatch
  • The First Tree
  • Fragments of Him
  • Gone Home: Console Edition
  • I, Hope
  • In Between
  • The King’s Bird
  • The Mooseman
  • Monica e a Guarda dos Coelhos
  • Mulaka
  • Never Alone Arctic Collection
  • Night in the Woods
  • Nippon Marathon
  • Old Man’s Journey
  • Perception
  • Soma
  • Storm Boy
  • The Path of Motus
  • Tacoma
  • The Town of Light
  • Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition
  • What Remains of Edith Finch
  • Wheels of Aurelia
  • Where the Bees Make Honey
  • Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

For more on the games coming to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4, visit our new releases page. And to stay up-to-date with news from Thumbsticks, follow us on Twitter.

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