The ID@Xbox Winter Game Fest demo event has returned, in partnership with tonight’s The Game Awards, offering 36 demos for unreleased indie games on Xbox One and Series X/S.
The event runs until the 21st December, at which point you won’t be able to download them anymore – although they should still be playable if you have them on your console.
It’s worth remembering these demos represent a work-in-progress, and so may not represent the full game at their release.
Here’s a couple highlights:
Death Trash features a post-apocalyptic world where cosmic horrors long for humanity but are meet by punks with shotguns. It combines old-school role-playing, modern action gameplay, and player freedom. Create your own character and explore this unique handcrafted world.
In Nobody Saves the World, complete quests to discover and swap between more than 15 varied and distinct forms. Mix and match abilities to unlock and complete even more challenging quests while exploring a vast overworld and its extensive dungeons, either solo or with a friend online.
Here’s the full list of games:
Apico (Whitethorn Digital/TNgineers)
Aspire: Ina’s Tale (Untold Tales/Wondernauts Studio)
Aztech Forgotten Gods (Lienzo)
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)