Microsoft Store – All new touch-enabled games

Touch-enabled games allow those who have subscribed to Microsoft’s subscription, usable on Windows 10 and its consoles such as Xbox Series X and Series S and Xbox One, but also on Android devices via xCloud, to stream games on Windows PCs, iOS devices, and Android phones and tablets without a controller.
Developers have created custom on-screen controls, added gyro aiming controls, and more to enhance the experience of simply using a touchscreen to play.
In the beginning it was just Minecraft Dungeons. Then the sudden evolution of Microsoft

Touch controls began rolling out alongside the launch of Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) a year ago, with only Minecraft Dungeons being supported at launch though. Microsoft improves itself by first extending the functionality to 10 touch-enabled games per month, effectively doubling its offer, to the delight of millions of gaming enthusiasts.

In Microsoft’s updated list of thirteen games that will now support touch is Arte del Rally, where you can compete in the golden age of rallying with iconic 60s to Group B through stylized environments inspired by real-world locations throughout. the world. There’s Boyfriend Dungeon, a teen game where you capture the hearts of weapons to level them up in a “shack-and-slash” crawling dungeon adventure.

There is Crown Trick, a bit of fantasy and a bit of simulated gambling, where you enter a maze that moves as you move, where mastering the elements is the key to defeating enemies and uncovering the mysteries of this world. underground. There’s Curse of the Dead Gods an Action & adventure, a skill-based roguelike that explores a cruel and dark temple made up of endless halls and rooms. But also Gears Tactics (the frenetic turn-based strategy game from one of the most acclaimed video game franchises: Gears of War) and Lethal League Blaze (intense, high-speed ball game, with unique characters, sounds out of sight and nothing special. anything that is weak).

The new list also includes Signs of the Sojourner (a narrative card game about connecting with people), The Ascent (a solo and cooperative shooter, set in a cyberpunk world), Train Sim World 2 (the evolution of the simulation of the train) and four versions of Yakuza: Yakuza 0, Yakuza 6: The song of life, Yakuza Kiwami and Yakuza Kiwami 2.


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