Apple published the new showcase of the incoming service on its official YouTube channel today. Entitled, “Let the games begin”, the video measures in at just under two minutes in length and is meant to present the huge library of games Apple Arcade will offer.
Here’s an in-depth look at some of the 100+ games coming to Apple Arcade this fall. Find it on the App Store.
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Even in the short period of time the video plays, it presents a lot of different games from the various publishers that Apple has teamed up with for this particular endeavor. We see titles like Towaga: Among Shadows from developer Noodlecake. Where Cards Fall from the developer Snowman. Klei Entertainment’s Hot Lava gets a shout out in the video as well.
When it’s all said and done, “Let the games begin” actually shows off 25 different titles. Here’s a list of those games:
- Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm from Cornfox
- Towaga: Among Shadows from Noodlecake
- Mosaic from Raw Fury
- Overland from Finji
- Manifold Garden from William Chyr
- Lifeslide from Block Slide
- Where Cards Fall from Snowman
- WHAT THE GOLF from Fun Plus
- ChuChu Rocket! Universe from SEGA
- Cat Quest II from Gentlebros
- The Enchanted World from Noodlecake
- Hot Lava from Klei Entertainment
- EarthNight from Cleaversoft
- Skate City from Snowman
- Jenny LeClue – Detectivu from Mografi
- LEGO Brawls from Lego
- Sayonara: Wild Hearts from Annapurna
- Sonic Racing from SEGA
- Pac-Man Party Royale from Bandai Namco
- Frogger in Toy Town from Konami
- Shinsekai: Into the Depths from Capcom
- Cricket Through the Ages from Devolver
- ShockRods from Stainless Games
- Redout: Space Assault from 34BigThings
- Super Impossible Road from Rogue Games Inc.
Here’s the promo video:
Apple Arcade is set to launch on Thursday, September 19. It will cost $4.99 per month and come with a one month free trial. The available games will be playable on supported iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and macOS devices. The library will host over 100 games in total.
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