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Microsoft names 65 more ID@Xbox devs

Xbox One self-publishing roster expands; total number of indies now tops 200

The ID@Xbox self-publishing program has been growing. Microsoft's director of the program Chris Charla today confirmed another 65 developers that have signed on to the program, bringing the total number over 200.

"ID@Xbox is a global program and we're committed to bringing the best from around the world to Xbox One," Charla said in a post on Xbox Wire. "The first ID@Xbox games are in certification now and, as always, we continue to look for ways to improve the creation process for our ID@Xbox partners with new processes and tools."

The list includes indies of a range of sizes, from established veterans like The Behemoth (Castle Crashers), FarSight Studios (Pinball Arcade), and Zoe Mode (Crush, Zumba Fitness World Party) to upstart outfits like Glass Bottom Games and Heart Machine. The full list of newly added ID@Xbox developers follows below:

4gency

A Crowd of Monster

Alientrap Games

The Behemoth

BetaDwarf

Big Ant Studios

Bloober Team

Blowfish Studios

Brain in a Jar

Brushfire Games

Cherry Pop Games Ltd

Codeglue

Code-Monkeys

Compulsion Games

Crunching Koalas

Deco Digital

Empty Clip Studios

Escalation Studios

EXOR Studios

FarSight Studios

Fatshark

Flix Interactive

Four Door Lemon Ltd

Frambosa

Frima

Glass Bottom Games

HB Studios

Headup Games

Heart Machine

Holmade Games

Humble Hearts LLC

I Fight Bears

Implausible Industries

Iridium Studios

iSquared Games Ltd

Larian Studios

Mediatonic

MeinMein

Mighty Rabbit Studios

Mimimi Productions

nDreams Ltd

NeocoreGames

No Goblin

n-Space

Piwot

Pixel Balloon

Playdead

Rebellion

Relentless Software

RetroCoders

Ripstone

Robomodo

Ska Studios

Smudged Cat Games Ltd

Snowrunner

Spry Fox

Tiny Castle Studios

Toxic Games

Vector Unit

Vertigo Games BV

VooFoo Studios

Warhorse Studios

WaterMelon

Xona Games

ZoŽ Mode

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