Project xCloud is finally live, adding over 150 of the best Xbox One games to mobile devices through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. For a low monthly sub, you can instantly access dozens and dozens of great games via the cloud, streaming them directly to your Android device. What games are actually well-suited to the service, though? Which games take advantage of the best phones for Project xCloud, or the best tablets for Project xCloud to their full potential? Here are our top picks, with pros and cons, including latency, screen size, and other features.

Top Pick

Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft Dungeons is absolutely the first game you should try with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, given the fact it supports touch controls if nothing else. Additionally, the fixed camera angle makes it light on any potential latency issues, and the accessible, yet satisfying gameplay is a fun adventure for the entire family.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Card battler RPG

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales

As a turn-based card-battler RPG, Thronebreaker is perfect for situations where you might not have a totally perfect connection. Thronebreaker is set in CD Projekt RED’s famed Witcher universe, and tells a similarly dark tale set in a gorgeously hand-painted world.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Blob of death

Carrion

Ever fancied yourself to be an amorphous blob of death and carnage? Well, give Carrion a try. Set in a mysterious underground lab, you explode out of containment and progress through a Metroidvania-like maze of facilities and caverns, devouring hapless scientists and evolving as you go.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Diablo it up

Children of Morta

Children of Morta is a gorgeous pixel-style Diablo-like action RPG set in a mystical world. You play as an entire family of warriors with a diverse range of playstyles and powers, as you work through various procedurally-generated dungeons to banish corruption from your homeland.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Manage a hospital

Two Point Hospital

Two Point Hospital is an excellent option for Xbox Game Pass Cloud Gaming, with passive (if oftentimes stressful) gameplay with manageable game speed, and bite-size pick-up-put-down gameplay ideal for short travel sessions with your phone. In Two Point Hospital, you manage your very own medical facility, crammed with various challenges and wacky illnesses to manage.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Be a mean goose

Untitled Goose Game

This whimsical puzzle game took the world by storm when it launched, and for good reason. There’s simply nothing like it. In Untitled Goose Game, you play as an angry goose, hellbent on sabotaging and terrorizing the village folk of a small English countryside hamlet. Be the goose, because peace was never an option.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Turn-based tactics

Mutant Year Zero

Mutant Year Zero is a post-apocalyptic turn-based tactics game inspired by a tabletop adventure game from the 80s. Playing as a team of three mutants, you’ll explore a darkly humorous world for answers about how the world fell, and why you are, well, half-human half-duck.

$15/mo with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $15/mo from Amazon

Game on the go

Project xCloud is now Xbox Game Pass Cloud Gaming, giving access to over 150 games right on your Android device. Microsoft hasn’t got the service onto iOS yet due to Apple’s draconian App Store policies, but if the service takes off on Android, we expect Apple will eventually cave to the pressure.

Games like Mutant Year Zero and Thronebreaker make for great titles in environments where you don’t have the best pings. Since they’re turn-based, you can be sure that an inopportune lag spike will get you killed, and you can play at your own pace. The same thing goes for Two Point Hospital and Untitled Goose Game, which have relatively low-stakes, slower-paced play. For better connections, you can run more action-packed games like Children of Morta and Carrion, which benefit from fixed camera angles for better responsiveness from the video feed.

The game at the top of the list, though, is easily Minecraft Dungeons, which is one of the few games to support full touch controls. As an action RPG, Minecraft Dungeons lets you and up to three other friends jump into Minecraft’s famed blocky world, tackling various adventures that threaten the innocent villagers of the land. Create epic builds, find rare gear, and do it all from your phone, with save files that sync directly to your Xbox console at home too.

Be sure to take a look at our round-up of best Xbox One controller phone mount clips to attach your Xbox controller for xCloud gaming, too!

Credits — The team that worked on this guide

Jez Corden is a full-time writer for Windows Central, focusing on Xbox, Surface, and Windows PC. He spends the vast majority of his time gaming or writing about gaming, with a mission to provide gamers in the Microsoft ecosystem the best and most up-to-date info possible.