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Games with Gold: Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle and Toybox Turbos are now free

Following the heavy-hitting Games with Gold wave from earlier in the month, Microsoft has returned with the second portion of the April free games for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate holders.

As part of the new arrivals, Xbox One owners can grab Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle while those on Xbox 360 have Toybox Turbos waiting for them. As usual, the latter game is also up for claiming on Xbox One with native play, thanks to it being part of Microsoft's Backward Compatibility program.

Grab the two games using the links listed below while being logged in to a Gold activated account:

Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle (Xbox One)

Take on the roles of in-game players taking on the roles of their characters in a traditional pen and paper RPG session in the ultimate meta roleplaying experience. As both the playing characters AND the game master, you can choose which battles to fight. Put together a bunch of monsters to make for a challenging fight and your efforts will be equally rewarded!

Toybox Turbos (Xbox 360 and Xbox One)

Codemasters reboots the classic table top racing experience in Toybox Turbos! Collect & customise 35 vehicles, take on 18 crazy tracks & send your rivals into a spin with awesome power-ups, including mines, machine guns & giant car-mounted hammers!

From the previous Games with Gold promotion, Project CARS 2 is still available to claim, with it slated to be replaced on April 30. The usual claiming rules apply to these new arrivals as well. Xbox 360 games claimed via a Games with Gold promotion will keep being available even if the Xbox Live Gold subscription is halted. Meanwhile, Xbox One games that are claimed are only playable while the account has an active Gold subscription.

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