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Cozy Games On Xbox Gamepass February 2023

Here are Five Free Cozy Games that you can play right now with Xbox Game pass.

Eventually, I will do a more detailed post as to why I personally believe that Xbox GamePass is worth the money but in short, I think it's an amazing subscription.

For £10.99 a month, I have access to many, many titles- some old, some new and some indie. There's such a wide variety to choose from and with some games being double (even triple) the actual sub itself, I think it's worth the money.

Yes, there is the possibilty that Microsoft will eventually cycle your game out, forcing you to finally pay for any titles you may have enjoyed, however I think it's ideal for those who want to play more with less!

As I really like Cozy games, I'd thought I would put together a list of five games that cozy gamers should probably pick up this month.

Powerwash SImulator.

If you've been following my Twitter for the past couple of weeks, then you would know just how addictive this game is.

Powerwash Simulator is what you think it is. Basically you go around cleaning numerous vehicles and locations with a jetwash- sounds mundane but trust me, it's very addictive and with a co-op or challenge mode, this can be alot of fun.

Usually this game would cost on average £19.99 (going off of the Switch E-shop price) but you can play this for free with Xbox Gamepass. Recently the game even released FREE Tomb Raider DLC where you're tasked with cleaning Lara's Mansion.

If you're looking for something fun and nothing too mentally taxing, then I highly recommend this game!

Little Witch in the Woods

Despite being only a Game Preview and not the game in it's finished state, Little Witch in the Woods is a fun title to play none the less.

You play as Ellie, an apprentice witch who helps nearby villagers and explore the mystical woods to gather materials and create potions.

It's a charming little game that would typically cost roughly £12 on it's own.

If cute, pixel graphics and witchy aesthetics is your thing, then considering downloading this game.

Moonglow Bay

In Moonglow Bay, you play as a rookie angler working together with friends and family to hone your fishing skills, nourish friendships and restore the towns fractured community.

Despite the game's child-like, blocky graphics, the game seemingly has an emotional that runs deep.

Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered.

For people who want to experience an almost Ghibli-esque style of game, Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch might be for you. It's an action, role-playing game where you play as Oliver who has to complete linear quests and scenarios to progress the games story.

Graphically the game looks amazing and the game almost inflicts that sense of child-like adventure into the player.

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition.

A platform-adventure, metroid-vania style game, Ori and the Blind Forest was initially released in 2015 however it's whimsical art style and graphics will probably never age.

The game follows a spirit named Ori, who is tasked with restoring the light of three main elements.

Although the game is eye-pleasing, it seemingly does touch upon some dark subject matter, such as loss, so best avoid this if you're easily triggered.


Stay tuned for next month's list and if you're looking for more Cozy gaming content, then please check out my blog- where I post lists and reviews two-three times a week.


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