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Gameloft adds Xbox achievements to five of its most popular titles

Gameloft adds Xbox achievements to five of its most popular titles

As promised, Gameloft has updated some of its most popular gaming titles for Windows Phone with several improvements, new features, and most importantly, Xbox achievements. The list includes some of the popular titles from the developer so you could get achievements as you complete different tasks within the game. Here’s a list of games which were updated lately with Xbox Live support, check them out: 

Despicable Me: Minion Rush

The endless runner game doesn’t require any introduction, just keep running avoiding obstacles, and run as far as you can to get the high score. Now, you will be able to connect to your Xbox account, get achievements, and much more.

Asphalt Overdrive

Earlier this month, Asphalt Overdrive, the popular racing game received an update and came with Xbox support. It’s not just the Xbox support, the new update for Asphalt Overdrive also introduced new cars, new storyline, bug fixes, performance optimizations and much more.

Asphat 8: Airborne

Asphalt 8: Airborne is yet another popular racing title which received a significant update this update, introducing new cars, exotic locations, improvements, and last but not the least, Xbox achievements.

Total Conquest

Total Conquest is a popular strategy game — reminds me of Clash of Clans — where you have to build and protect your city from intruders. You get to defend it with towers, traps, walls, gates and garrisoned units, as well as train units to attack other players. Furthermore, you can join or create a Legion of powerful players and get reinforcements from the other members.

Order & Chaos Online

Order & Chaos Online is an MMORPG where users get the ability to choose from five different races, including Elves, Humans, Orcs, Undead, and Mendels. There are over 1,200 quests to perform, ability to join a guild or party, and a lot more. 

There you go folks, some of the best games Gameloft has to offer.

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