Yet again, the Xbox Back­wards Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty list just keeps grow­ing. Today Major Nel­son (Lar­ry Hryb) announced two more games head­ing to the pro­gram.

First is Dis­ney Epic Mick­ey 2: The Pow­er of Two, which is a plat­former from 2012. If you don’t own the game already you can pur­chase it for $20 right now. If you do own it dig­i­tal­ly, it should already be in your down­load queue. If you own a disc, just put that suck­er in your disc dri­ve and you’re good to go. You can see a gallery of the game below:

Two More Games Come to Backwards Compatibility

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The sec­ond game is a port called Toe­Jam & Earl and is anoth­er plat­former, though this one is from 1991 tak­en from the Sega Vin­tage Col­lec­tion. Yes, it does have online mul­ti­play­er sup­port (for some rea­son). This obvi­ous­ly does not have a disc, so it’s dig­i­tal only, but can be bought for $10 or down­loaded from your queue if already owned. Gallery below:

Two More Games Come to Backwards Compatibility

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If you wish to see the ever increas­ing list of back­wards com­pat­i­ble games for Xbox One, just click here.