Xbox 360 owners unimpressed by all this PlayStation excitement (SPIT, etc.) can pop down to the Marketplace this evening and actually play some games instead - with Astropop joining PopCap Games' growing range of Live Arcade offerings and Ubisoft's Blazing Angels joining the demo line-up.

The 640MB Blazing Angels demo offers a taste of the World War II dogfighting game, which is out on Xbox 360, Xbox and PC on March 31st, and joins Burnout: Revenge and Battlefield 2: Modern Combat demos on this week's demo release list - the former's already up and the latter should be up tomorrow.

Astropop, meanwhile, is described as a space-age point-and-click puzzler, and is the latest of PopCap's little online PC offerings to appear on Live Arcade - after Feeding Frenzy and its ilk. You can actually sample Astropop using your PC, and there's a playable demo of it on Live Marketplace so you can see if you fancy buying it.

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