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Best Xbox Live Games 2015

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King's Quest

We pick out the top games available on Xbox Live for Xbox One and Xbox 360

Over the past year, the storefront for digital Xbox One and Xbox 360 has gained tonnes of new titles, making it quite overwhelming for a new Xbox owner. If you look past the AAA titles for a minute (that we outline in our pick of the best Xbox One games), you'll notice that there are some truly brilliant indie titles that are just begging to be played.

So that's where we come in. We've hand-picked 18 top notch Xbox One and Xbox 360 digital-only games that you should play at least one in your time as an Xbox owner.

They range from the artistic JRPG-inspired Child of Light, through to eerie platformer Limbo and beyond to the transformed point-and-click adventure game King's Quest.

Use the quick links below to read more about a specific title, or use the arrow to take it at a more leisurely :

#IDARB by Other Ocean

Manic multiplayer with Windows 10 cross-play

Limbo by Playdead

An eerie, monochrome platformer

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood by Presplay

Save the world, armed only with a marker pen

So Many Me by Extend Studio and ORiGO Games

Who knew cloning could be so puzzling

Chariot by Frima Studio

The ultimate game for couch co-op gamers

Child of Light by UbiArt

JRPG gaming with a hand-drawn style

Killer Instinct by Double Helix

Old-school arcade brawling on your Xbox

King's Quest by The Odd Gentleman

Bringing the old magic into the present day

Minecraft by Mojang

Block-building, world-creating fun

Submerged by Uppercut Games

A game of hidden depths

Tales from the Borderlands by Telltale Games

The Borderlands experience with a distinct Telltale twist

Terraria by Engine Software

Sandbox adventuring with an 8-bit style

Trials Fusion by Ubisoft

Become your very own Evel Knievel

Valiant Hearts: The Great War by Ubisoft Montpellier

Tugging at your heart strings with a strong First World War Story

Worms: Battlegrounds by Team17

Classic Worms action but with a new-gen spin

Game of Thrones by Telltale Games

Telltale takes on Game of Thrones

Never Alone by Upper One Games

A tale of a girl and a fox with Inuit folk stories woven through

Project Spark by Team Dakota

Another world-building game with less blocks

If you think we've missed any titles that you put in your top Xbox Live games, feel free to let us know in the comments below.

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