A shipment of indie games arrives at Xbox Games Pass on day one



Gamescom 2021 Day One is here, and it’s starting with a great deal for Xbox owners. Humble Games has announced that its indie games will be coming to Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One through the Xbox Game Pass subscription.


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The 10 new titles will be part of the Humble Games pack. The lineup was released earlier today on the Xbox Gamescom 2021 stream. Gamers will experience a mix of indie games created by developers around the world who have partnered up with Humble Games.

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Humbles Games will add 10 of its incredible indie games to Xbox consoles through xCloud during the year. Humble Games provides a platform for independent developers or individual creators for their projects. This helps them bring their ideas to life and publish them under their banner.

The titles will be available on all platforms, including mobile phones through Xbox Cloud Gaming, and will support cross-save so you don’t lose your progress. To give you a chance to try all the games, one of ten quirky games will launch on Xbox each month.


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Here is the full list of the 10 games announced as part of the bundle:


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  • Dodge ball academy
  • Flynn: Son of Crimson
  • Chinatown Detective Agency
  • Archvale
  • Next Space Rebels
  • Midnight Fight Express
  • Bushiden
  • Unpacking
  • visually impaired
  • Signalis

Dodge ball academy is already available in store. In a game that looks a lot like the dodgeball version of the Inazuma Eleven anime, you join forces with auto and create your own invincible team. It’s a narrative RPG that revolves around the sport, the dodge ball.

Flynn: Son of Crimson: Released on September 15, 2021, in this game, you play as Flynn and embark on a journey to harness the energy of Crimson in order to save Rosantica from the evil clutches of the Scourge.


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All of the native games on the list are slated for release in 2021, though Signalis may be an exception. Don’t miss any of these titles if you are an art lover and support the creative development of games.

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