Here Are 32 Studios Making Games For Xbox One's Indie Program

The Xbox One is in the hands of players now, but it's also in the hands of a large number of developers who've signed on for the ID@Xbox independent publishing platform. Today program director Chris Charla namedropped 32 of them, and they make for a very impressive list.

From huge huge outfits like Crytek to one-person studios, developers of all sizes are lining up to self-publish on the Xbox One, according to an update published today on Xbox Wire.

Here's a list of developers Charla named, and the games they've made you might have heard of.

  • iNis — Gitaroo Man, Lips, Demons' Score
  • Comcept — Soul Sacrifice, Mighty No. 9
  • Vlambeer — Super Crate Box, Ridiculous Fishing
  • Double Eleven — LittleBigPlanet Vita
  • Slightly Mad Studios — Project CARS
  • Born Ready — Strike Suit Zero
  • Crytek — No clue, they must be new
  • Happion Labs — Energy Hook
  • Chris Hecker — Spy Party
  • Team 17 — Worms
  • Panic Button — So many things
  • Double Fine — Psychonauts, The Cave, Other things
  • Drinkbox — Gucamelee, Mutant Blobs Attack
  • Team Colorblind — Aztez
  • Signal Studios — Toy Soldiers
  • Zen Studios — Pinball FX, Zen Pinball
  • Bongfish — Motorcross Madness
  • HalfBrick — Jetpack Joyride
  • NinjaBee — A Kingdom for Keflings
  • Zeyboyd Games — Cthulu Saves the World
  • Nicalis — Cave Story, VVVVVV
  • The Men Who Wear Many Hats — Organ Trail
  • Iron Galaxy — Divekick
  • Jackbox Games — You Don't Know Jack
  • High Voltage Software — The Conduit
  • Capybara Games — Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
  • Behaviour — Doritos Crash Course
  • Hidden Path — Defense Grid, Windborne
  • Gaijin Games — Bit.Trip Everthing
  • The Odd Gentlemen — The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom
  • WayForward — Everything wonderful and 2D
  • Other Ocean — Monsters Love Candy

Of course being on the list doesn't guarantee we'll see games coming from each studio, though in the developer comments section of the new post three games were confirmed — Demiurge's Shoot Many Robots franchise, Iron Galaxy's Divekick and Happion Labs' Energy Hook.