TurnOn and Draw a Stickman: Friend’s Journey now available on Xbox One

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Home » TurnOn and Draw a Stickman: Friend’s Journey now available on Xbox One

After we told you about two latest Xbox One game that are available or pre-order, it’s time to say a few words about two games that just got released these days. A new interesting game, called TurnOn, just made its way to the console, while the Xbox One version of Draw a Stickman: EPIC received a new DLC called Friend’s Journey.

In TurnOn, you play a living spark trying to get electricity back to his city. The game features smooth gameplay, as well as pretty solid graphics, which received positive comments from a lot of people. Here’s what the Xbox Store says about TurnOn:

“The whole city has been plunged into darkness. After an accident at the power station, a living electric spark must restore electricity to the city and give citizens back their safe and carefree lives. “TurnOn” tells the spellbinding tale of a brave alien creature and its striking journey through blackout world, in an incredibly colorful and detailed platformer without platforms. Featuring a charming art style and visual storytelling, cute character personality, and a soothing and magical soundtrack, “TurnOn” makes the world the way it was before, but a little better and kinder.”

Draw a Stickman isn’t actually new on Xbox One, but it just received a new DLC, which is definitely worth mentioning. The new DLC is called Friend’s Journey, and here’s  the official description of Draw a Stickman: Friends’ Journey for Xbox One:

“Set off on another dangerous adventure while taking on familiar creatures such as dragons, zombies, and trolls. But watch out for new villains in new lands! Pirates might be lurking about on a haunted island, and you may find yourself up, up, and away amongst the clouds! Beware of hot lava along your trek! Survive the challenge, locate the hidden map pieces, and you will finally be reunited with Stickman!”

TurnOn is available for the price of $14.99, while the Draw a Stickman bundle, including the original game plus the DLC, costs $12.99.

You can tell us in the comments, what do you think about these two games, and will you buy any of them?

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