First 30+ games for Xbox Game Room announced

The first 30+ games have been announced for the game spac.

Following last night’s official announcement by Microsoft of the Xbox Game Room, a virtual game space for Xbox Live Avatars coming to the Xbox 360 and Games for Windows, a trailer was released that showed the service’s first 30 games.

The list, which will become available with the service starting this spring, is being headlined by Centipede and Asteroids Deluxe. This first batch features games from the Atari 2600, Intellivision, and arcades from Konami and Atari.

The full line-up of games for the Xbox Game Room has been announced to reach 1000. So this first group will be but a tiny taste of what is to come.

Here is a list of the 30 games revealed in the debut trailer.

1. Centipede (arcade)
2. Asteroids Deluxe (arcade)
3. Tempest (arcade)
4. Crystal Castles (arcade)
5. Lunar Lander (arcade)
6. Jungler (arcade)
7. Road Fighter (arcade)
8. Scramble (arcade)
9. Finalizer (arcade)
10. Tutankham (arcade)
11. Shao-Lin’s Road (arcade)
12. Super Cobra (arcade)
13. Red Baron (arcade)
14. Gravitar (arcade)
15. Battlantlis
16. Astrosmash (Intellivision)
17. Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing (Intellivision)
18. Armor Battle (Intellivision)
19. Space Hawk (Intellivision)
20. Sub Hunt (Intellivision)
21. Sea Battle (Intellivision)
22. Space Armada (Intellivision)
23. Astrosmash (Intellivision)
24. Star Raiders (Atari 2600)
25. Outlaw (Atari 2600)
26. Yar’s Revenge (Atari 2600)
27. Millipede (Atari 2600)
28. Football (Atari 2600)
29. RealSports Tennis (Atari 2600)
30. Combat (Atari 2600)

Also included in the trailer were cameos from unannounced games like Sky Diver for the Atari 2600, Shark! Shark! and Star Strike for the Intellivision, and finally Atari’s RealSports Baseball and Realsports Basketball.



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Author: Mike Murphy View all posts by
Mike has been playing games for over two decades. His earliest memories are of shooting ducks and stomping goombas on NES, and over the years, the hobby became one of his biggest passions. Mike has worked with GamerNode as a writer and editor since 2009, giving you news, reviews, previews, a voice on the VS Node Podcast, and much more.

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