Microsoft has just released its Xbox Games with Gold lineup for June 2022, and it appears this month’s game lineup will be a solid one. The games line up includes Aven Colony, Super Meat Boy, Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition, and Raskulls. This means that if you have Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate subscriber, you can get all four free games for a limited period throughout June.
Both Aven Colony and Super Meat Boy are downloadable starting June 1st. While Aven Colony will be playable until the 30th of June, Super Meat Boy will only run until June 15th. Then at the midway point, on June 16th, both Project Highrise: Architects Edtion and Raskulls will open up. Raskulls will be playable until the end of the month, while Project Highrise will continue its availability further, until July 15th. That’s why it’s also good to mention that one of May’s lineup of games, The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk is still playable until June 15th.
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Are the Games Worth Playing?
If you haven’t played The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk yet, it’s worth your time to do so before the game gets removed on June 15th. The game’s narrative and atmospheric characters garnered positive reviews, and it should be an entertaining experience. However, the go-to suggestion for June’s games lineup is Super Meat Boy. The side-scrolling Indie platformer will pose a challenge to anyone, and it’s got an enjoyable story to go with it.
Along similar avenues, is Raskulls. The platformer game can be enjoyed single-player or multiplayer and is action-packed with over 60 levels to complete across its Mega Quest. Then switching lanes we have Aven Colony. The city-building strategy game set’s you light-years from earth on an alien planet known as Aven Prime. From there it’s up to you to take charge of humanity’s first extrasolar settlement. Following a similar manner is Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition. Your job is to develop world-famous skyscrapers, but also manage them as they grow full of people and with them, challenges.