Xbox gamers rush to buy amazing 1470-game bundle for an exceptionally low price

A NEW game pack has been released containing over 1400 games for one great price.

Now available on Xbox, players can play any game from the library at any time.

There is an amazing selection of games here.


There is an amazing selection of games here.

Antstream is a collection of retro games from consoles to Amiga and arcade to PlayStation.

Among the games from the Mega Drive, NES, SNES and Game Boy libraries, childhood classics are sure to make the list.

Also, new games are added to the bundle every week, so the library keeps growing.

The bundle is currently exclusive to Xbox, so Xbox players should take advantage of this awesome bundle.

A range of arcade classics are included including Pac-Man, Asteroids, Metal Slug and Galaga.

Adventure game fans will enjoy the Monkey Island series, the Dizzy series and Day of the Tentacle.

There are also a number of cult classics like Zombies Ate My Neighbors, Smash TV, Bomb Jack and Earth Defense Force.

The price is currently £30 ($30) to get access to the entire collection for a year, or you can buy the pack direct for £80 ($80).

The full list of all 1470 games you can visit can be found here Antstream website.

Here are the games from Antstream that we recommend:

  • Fantasy World Dizzy series
  • Monkey Island series
  • worms
  • asteroids
  • Bomb Jack
  • Metal Slug series
  • Smash TV
  • Space Invaders
  • Original Star Wars series
  • Ninja Gaiden
  • Pac-Man
  • Double Dragon series
  • Earth Defense Forces
  • Galaga
  • day of the tentacle
  • Zombies ate my neighbors
  • Earthworm Jim series
  • Crossed Swords
  • Maniac Mansion
  • R type
  • fatal rage
  • Sam & Max

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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