At E3 Microsoft will unveil something called Kinect Fun Lab, according to a new report.
Kinect Fun Lab could, according to Siliconera, be the same thing as Kinect Me, revealed by Australia's Classifications Board.
Meanwhile, two new Xbox Live Arcade games have been uncovered.
Crimson Alliance is in the works at Certain Affinity, the developer behind recent Halo: Reach and Call of Duty: Black Ops map packs. It contains "fantasy violence".
And what is Fusion: Genesis? Whatever it is, it contains "mild science fiction violence and coarse language".
Classifications websites also confirm already spotted Kinect games Hole in the Wall and Fruit Ninja Kinect both Xbox Live Arcade titles.
Eurogamer understands at least 10 non-sequel Kinect games will be announced at trade show E3 next month.
This is in addition a to planned announcement of sequels to Kinect games, such as Kinect Sports 2 and Dance Central 2.