XBLA Today: Storm, Fireburst, Thunder Wolves


Microsoft this Wednesday’s usual Xbox Live Arcade update, but now that the E3 Expo is over, they’ve added a trio of new titles to the download service:

  • Storm is a puzzle platformer where players use types of weather to guide a seed through a course.
  • Fireburst is an arcade racer with exploding cars.
  • Thunder Wolves is an arcade shooter with helicopters (that hopefully don’t explode).

All three games have been priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10) and more information about them is available after the break.

Storm is a physics-based puzzle platform game where players use natural phenomena to guide a simple seed to fertile soil so it can take root and spring to life. Use logic and the power of wind, rain, lightening, snow, tornadoes, ice and even bubbles to solve environmental puzzles while guiding a seed to fertile ground. Relax and enjoy ad¬venture, challenge or spirit modes, each set in gorgeous environments and enhanced by soothing, nature-inspired soundscapes.

Blast opponents off the road with Fireburst, an explosively fun fast-paced arcade style racing game with fantastic graphics. Rev up to scorching speeds to outrun opponents on a dozen different tracks. Thanks to our exclusive Fireboost technology, use various explosive, fire-based special abilities to turn other cars into a pyre of parts. Leave opponents sucking on your smoldering dust in single-player mode, local four-player mode or the insane online eight-player mode!

Looking for an explosive arcade shooter? Then Thunder Wolves is the perfect game for you! Get in your helicopter, get ready, and go! The Thunder Wolves are the best helicopter pilots in the world, and they have already made it through countless battles. Every one of them is ready for action at any time, and ready to battle evil, no matter where it lurks. Get your helicopter airborne and get ready for some furious fireworks and top-class gaming action!

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