‘LEGO Worlds', 'Forza Horizon 3, 'Overcooked' & More Now Available On Xbox One

By Ben Lindon , Updated Mar 15, 2017 09:30 PM EDT

Xbox One console is packed with numerous non-combat games for those who prefer to play games that do not feature violence. First off, the open environment "LEGO Worlds" allows gamers to create structures from imagination, one brick at a time. "Stardew Valley" and "Forza Horizon 3", among other games to play are also worth mentioning.

Play LEGO On The Xbox One Console

The Xbox One  game is packed with procedurally-generated Worlds made completely of LEGO bricks, Major Nelson reported. Gamers may freely manipulate and dynamically populate several LEGO models in the game to create almost anything. In addition, gamers may also opt to use large-scale landscaping tools for the vast mountain ranges and tropical islands in the game.

Xbox One gamers may drop in prefabricated structures for building and customizing any world in the game. There are also helicopters, motorbikes and gorillas in the game. Furthermore, gamers may unlock treasures for an enhanced gameplay.

Xbox One gamers may watch their creations come to life through the creatures and the characters in the game. Note that these characters may interact with gamers as well as with each other in unexpected ways. The game may now be purchased from the Xbox Games Store and is developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive.

Cook, Race, Farm In Xbox One

Meanwhile, Xbox One gamers may also opt to choose a game reminiscent of "Harvest Moon" complete with farming and building towns. However, note that there is some basic combat in the mines and come in the form of attacking skeletons and slimes who dwell in the mine. However, there is no death within the game.

Xbox One gamers may also opt for the racing game "Forza Horizon 3" that focuses on co-op gameplay, Windows Central reported. In addition, the "Jackbox Party Pack 3" has been revealed for the Xbox One where players may choose from five smaller party games including trivia games and battling t-shirts. Finally, time management and cooking skills abound in "Overcooked." Watch Xbox One games for kids below:


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