Windows 8 App Store Games Unveiled

Microsoft has officially made an announcement about the Windows App Store games, which will be made available in the upcoming and most anticipated Windows 8 platform. Like Apple’s Mac App Store, I’m very eager to see what Microsoft’s upcoming Windows App Store is going to be like for Windows 8 users.  According to The Verge, their sources has disclosed list of ‘First Breed of Games’ that will feature in Windows App Store for Windows 8.

Here is the list of games that will be featured in Windows App Store:

  • Angry BirdsWindows 8 App Store Games
  • Toy Soldiers
  • Reckless Racing
  • Hydro Thunder
  • Ilomilo
  • Rocket Riot
  • Full House Poker
  • Tentacles
  • Crash Course
  • Ms Splosion Man
  • Wordament
  • Cut the rope
  • Beards & Beaks
  • Sudoku
  • Zero Gravity
  • Pinball FX 2
  • Rise Of Glory
  • iBlast Moki
Windows 8 App Store Games

Games like Minesweeper, Solitaire, Chess Titans, Free Cell, and Spider Solitaire are pre-installed. However, if you can install additional games by downloading them from Windows App Store for a reasonable cost or for free.

Apparently, Microsoft has just revealed us the games which will be featured in Windows App Store, but it has not fixed any price tag for these games. Speculations around the web indicate that the games might cost anywhere between of $1.49- $999 range. Microsoft will initially take 30% of their revenue, according to The Verge, which is the same percentage Apple takes from Mac and iOS developers.

However, Microsoft is willing to reduce that to just 20% once an application reaches $25,000 in sales. Microsoft has also promised that Windows App Store will feature umpteen numbers of games in the future.

Microsoft had released the Developer Preview of Windows 8 which is available for download. Recently, Bing.com featured some links on the site indicating that the Consumer Preview of the Windows 8 will mad available soon.

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