It’s the end of the week and we have another round-up of the latest games to land on the Xbox One Store. For a look at what has released earlier in the week, take a look at Tuesday’s and Thursday’s releases.

To see the best indie games on sale this week, watch our sales video round-up below.

Tesla vs Lovecraft

Finnish developers 10tons are launching another game to Xbox One, and this time the creatures and minions of H.P. Lovecraft’s worlds have invaded Nikola Tesla’s laboratory in Tesla vs Lovecraft. Now Tesla must use his inventions to repel the hordes and regain control. Tesla vs Lovecraft features local co-op with space for up to four people, and it is available now for $14.99, with a week-long launch window discount making it $11.99.

Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse

Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse is a memorable name. It’s the name of RogueCode’s new game, which they describe as the “world’s best mass llama-slaughter, roguelike-lite-ish, couch co-op, top-down, twin-stick shooter”, a claim that might be hard to dispute, being as specific as it is. It supports four-player local co-op; it has support for Xbox Play Anywhere; and it’s available now for $14.99.

Burnout Paradise Remastered

Burnout is back! Burnout Paradise has been remastered for modern platforms, including Xbox One. The open-world, crash-all-the-time racing game has headed back to Paradise City, complete with 4K support in tow. Be welcomed back to the city by Guns n’ Roses’ Paradise City and DJ Atomika, and feel the nostalgia hit. Burnout Paradise Remastered includes all the DLC from the original and is available now for $39.99; EA Access subscribers can grab it for $35.99.