This is big. Crackdown 2: Project Sunburst is now in the Windows Phone Marketplace. This is the game that has you fighting on your home turf. It ties into Bing maps and you can literally play it in your backyard. So fortify your house or you lose it! It’s just $3 with a free trial.

Puzzle Quest is a role playing puzzle game. This is an award winning game that’s likely to be popular. It does come with a real price tag of $7 but it does have a free trial. Also, remember that this game is on other platforms and it’s relatively cheap in comparison. The Xbox version has a solid 4 star rating and you can expect this to be exactly inline since it should use the same XNA code.

These are both Xbox Live titles. If you get your game on, tell us your thoughts.

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  1. project sunburst is pretty cool, reminds me of a mashup between tower defense and red alert 2, the location based stuff works amazingly well, it was kind of cool turning my workplace into ground zero, the enemies actually follow the roads in the area too, very well done and when it takes 2 hours to upgrade some weapons you know its one of those games that will make time fly and not even notice it. im definately not dissapointed in what i got for the 2.99 price tag.

  2. ok, so this game is way more badass than originally thought. first of all, it changes dark and light with time of day, so if you are playing the game while its dark outside, it will be dark outside in the game too, the other thing is that you know how i mentioned the 2 hours to upgrade, well that 2 hours continues counting even when your not playing the game, plus it has xbox live network support and you can actually man guns in your friends bases… this is undoubtedly mobile gaming brought to the next level. WP7 FTW!!!

  3. so i was bored and reading the descriptions of the supplies in the game, check out the description for magnets, “used for mines and lonely, lonely men trying to find that special robotic someone. yes, were talking about you Steve.”

    this was made by microsoft game studio… you think its jobs there talking about? :)

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