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Games with Gold for January 2023 Revealed

Iris Fall and Autonauts will make their way to the Xbox Live Games with Gold program in January 2023.

A puzzle adventure game revolving around the theme of “light and shadow,” NEXT Studios’ Iris Fall is a monochrome adventure that has players entering quite the predicament after following a black cat into a dilapidated theater. Players will switch between light and shadow to pass between the different realities of this title, which utilizes both 2D and 3D styles.

Meanwhile, Denki and Curve Games’ Autonauts has players building, creating, and automating their own paradise. Crafting items from blueprints, players will utilize a visual programming language, all while pushing workerbots to fish, cook, house, tailor, and help the colonists of the area.

Iris Fall will be available from January 1 to 31, while Autonauts will be available from January 16 to February 15.

Source: Xbox Wire
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