XboxIE brings even more games to Xbox One for free

XboxIE play free games using your Xbox One Internet Explorer and game controller

One of the advantages of owning an Xbox One is the ability to access the web, thanks to the Internet Explorer app baked into the console, but now you can also play a variety of HTML5 games with XboxIE too. is a community created site, not supported by Microsoft, but the company acknoledge its existance, that features a compilation of games that you can play using your Xbox One controller.

Basically XboxIE gives you more Xbox One game for free. The site is run by Reddit user CitadelSaint and thus far the list of games include:

  • Pac-Man
  • Bejeweled
  • Super Breakout
  • Pong
  • Contre Jour
  • Sketch Out
  • Solitaire
  • Cut the Rope
  • 1945
  • iBasket
  • Zombie Grinder
  • Gravity Maze
  • Onslaught Defence
  • Lunar Lander
  • Missile Command
  • Cannonball Bash
  • Sand Trap
  • Missile Game
  • Pappu Pakia
  • Flow Colors
  • Germiz
  • Strandead
  • Run Run Run
  • Astro Vault
  • Lux Ahoy
  • Lunch Bug
  • LOG
  • The Universe Within
  • Sumon
  • Fire Nano
  • Rotario
  • Flip It
  • Dragon Dash
  • Pixel Pirat3
  • Radius Raid

As you can see, so far there are 35 games designed to be played in the web browser, the catch is that not all of the games were designed to support the Xbox One controller, but all the games featured on are playable in your Xbox One.

Also remember that these games do not save any information to Xbox Live, so no achievements or other gold benefits. For more information visit

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