Microsoft adds three more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

The list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One continues to grow this week, as Microsoft has added three new titles to the list: Anomaly Warzone Earth, Aqua, and Lazy Raiders.

Despite the list rapidly expanding, we haven't seen any games added to the list in almost two weeks. The last addition was a single title, but two days before that, Microsoft added six games to the list.

Here's what's new:

Anomaly Warzone Earth ($9.99)

Experience the innovative Tower Offense formula where you are the attacking side. Be captivated by a new approach to strategy designed specifically for gamepad. Take on the role of the Commander whose special abilities are crucial in the quest for victory. Manage your armor squad's tactics – choose your formation and plot your course. Gather resources for new units and upgrades. Jump into a variety of modes – story campaign and two Squad Assault Modes. Become the strategy master by solving puzzles in Xbox-exclusive Tactical Trials levels. Enjoy extraordinary mixture of strategy and action packaged in great extraordinary mixture of strategy and action packaged in great visuals and atmospheric sound!

Aqua ($4.99)

Get the full game now and try your guns in the epic campaign of explosive steampunk naval warfare! Follow the story of captain Benjamin Grey and his trusted fellow engineer Polly Edison in their struggle to save the Aqua world from a treacherous conspiracy, pulling the strings behind a massive conflict of two rivaling naval empires... Try out new ship types, weapons and upgrades and perfect your tactical skills with four different squad types. The full game also contains single-console multiplayer cooperative and competitive modes on six different maps.

Lazy Raiders ($9.99)

Dr. Diggabone's getting too old for archaeological digs, or so he says. But truth be told, he’s just plain lazy… Unlock the Full Game and send the Doctor or your Xbox LIVE Avatar on a gravity-defying quest through 75 mazes by spinning and flipping the world. Beware those thieves, minions and traps, though. Without any challenge, you'd just grow lazy… and we wouldn’t want that, now would we?

The list is expanding rapidly and drawing very close now to 200 games, standing at 194. We'll keep you updated as more titles are added.

What games do you want to see on the Backward Compatibility list? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Major Nelson Blog

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