We have already mentioned the new features heading to your Windows Phone Game Hub with the Mango update. Well the other shoe that dropped with that news is that fourteen new XBox Live titles are also headed to Windows Phone.
Bug Village: A game where you build and nurture a colony of active ants and busy bees. You construct homes to attract the bugs and guide them to a gardne where they gather resources to expand your village.
Burn the Rope: Burn as much rope as you can in this challenging puzzle game. Sounds easy right? The challenge is that the flame only burns upwards so you'll have to tilt and turn your phone to keep the flame alive as it works its way around the various rope designs.
Chickens Can't Fly: Playing the role of a corporate scientist trying to determine if chickens are capable of answering critical questions such as: "Is there life after the butcher?" or "Does a frozen chicken get dizzy?"
Collapse: The blockbusting, color-matching excitement of “Collapse!” returns with award-winning game play, all-new customizable characters, and fantastic new foes.
Gravity Guy: In a world where the laws of gravity are broken, you play the role of a guy who was held captive for defying the rules. Your job, guide him through a world of impossible mazes, challenging gravity along the way.
Farm Frenzy 2: Manage a wild and wacky farm by growing grass, feeding chickens, collecting eggs and taking your produce to market.
Kinectimals Mobile: Not sure if this will be a companion game to the popular XBox 360 game but here you get to play with, care for and fall in love with your very own Kinectimal cub.
Mush: A puzzle platformer that gives you control over how your character feels. Change their emotions by drawing smiles and sad faces, and by rotating or shaking the Windows Phone. Mush will be a Windows Phone exclusive.
Orbital: Described as an addictive puzzle game that challenges you to destroy as many orbs as possible.
Text Twist 2: How many words can you form in two-and-a-half minutes with a handful of random letters? Figure out the combination with the most letters and move to the next level.
Toy Soldiers Boot Camp: Here you get to wage war on a tiny scale with four fun and addictive shooting gallery mini-games.
As always, we'll keep an eye out for these games and bring you reviews and spotlights on each. So, any game stand out to you guys and gals?
Update: We were able to twist a few screenshots of Toy Soldiers Boot Camp out of Gamescom and added them to the mix.
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