While XBLA Fans were out preparing for PAX East, a bunch of indie games slipped onto Xbox One. Here’s a quick catch-up of what you may have missed.

Pang Adventures from DotEmu launched April 19 for $9.99. The reboot of the 90s series brings new features and gameplay to this arcade legend where players guide two brothers on a global quest to save humankind from a massive alien invasion. The game features three game modes and local co-op.

Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom hit the console April 20 for $14.99. The game features a hammer-wielding jester named Jaxx as he wages war against an evil army of clowns. Developed by Big Ant Studios, Masquerade features third-person brawler action alongside some high-wire platforming.

Free-to-play, combat strategy game, Battle Ages, also journeyed onto Xbox One April 20. Battle Ages from 505 Games, puts players in control of a settlement at the dawn of time. Build your civilization and lead it through thousands of years of advancement from the discovery of fire to the invention of the telegraph, in exciting player-vs-player combat.

Finally, Party Hard launched yesterday April 26 on Xbox One. Originally developed by Pinokl Games and ported to consoles by tinyBuild, the stealth strategy game allows players to fulfil their murderous fantasies about stopping annoying next door parties. Pick up Party Hard today for $12.99.