After picking up adventure puzzler “Creaks” from the makers of “Machinarium” on last Friday, Apple Arcade today added dark adventure “Necrobarista” from Australian developer Route 59.

Death, coffee and feelings

The game files as a 3D visual novel with anime-inspired aesthetic, with the storyline revolving around a supernatural Melbourne cafe where the dead spend their last night on Earth. Yeah, it sounds crazy but all good titles with elements of necromancy should have such plots.

Watch the launch trailer embedded below.

From the description:

In a back-alley Melbourne cafe, the dead are granted one last night to mingle with the living. For Maddy Xiao—barista, amateur necromancer, and new owner of the Terminal—things couldn’t be better, as long as you’re not reminding her of the fact that she’s got an enforcer from the notoriously uncompromising Council of Death breathing down her neck.

“Necrobarista” is available on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV on Apple Arcade

“Necrobarista” features bespoke animation and cinematography, plus an original soundtrack by award-winning composer Kevin Penkin. The game is scheduled to launch on Steam and GOG on July 22 and on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 later this year.

Visit the official website at necrobarista.com for more information.

Apple Arcade availability

Apple Arcade is a video game-subscription service that provides more than a hundred games exclusively designed for Apple’s platforms in exchange for five bucks per month. Most of the titles included in the subscription are playable across the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.

A free one-month trial is available.

All Apple Arcade titles are playable without an Internet connection, serve no ads, include no in-app purchases whatsoever and sync progress across devices via iCloud. The service supports the Family Sharing feature allowing a single subscription to be shared with a family of six.

To learn more, visit apple.com/apple-arcade.