Ms Splosion Man, Toy Soldiers, Hydro Thunder and Ilomilo are among the first batch of games to go on sale in Microsoft's forthcoming Windows 8 store, according to an insider source.
The Verge's mole offered a list of titles that will be on offer in the new operating system's forthcoming preview version, expected to go live later this month.
Here's the rundown:
- Hydro Thunder
- Toy Soldiers
- Reckless Racing
- Angry Birds
- Rocket Riot
- Full House Poker
- Crash Course
- Ms Splosion Man
Pinball and Solitaire will also come pre-installed within the OS.
As reported late last year, Microsoft has high hopes for the new Windows store and has promised game publishers an unprecedented cut of revenues.
"It's not a small opportunity, it's not even a medium one or a large one. In fact, it's the most significant developer opportunity ever," said Windows exec Antoine Leblond.