Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City, Angry Birds Reloaded and Doodle God Universe coming to Apple Arcade soon

Having debuted with almost a hundred games, Apple Arcade now offers more than 180 titles. New arrivals have been non-existent in the past few months, but that’s about to change soon.


  • Apple Arcade is gaining some exciting new games.
  • These are reworked versions of existing titles.
  • You can get notified when they launch.

Graphics depicting new Apple Arcade games

Apple Arcade is gaining new titles soon

Apple has confirmed that the Apple Arcade service is about to add reworked versions of some of the most memorable games to hit the App Store.

Angry Birds Reloaded will bring back the world’s “most famous, furiousest flock,” remastered with colorful new characters. In Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City, an endless sandboarding game, you’ll enjoy new adventures to explore and mechanics to discover.

And the classic world-builder Doodle God Universe has been fully redrawn and refreshed to make the puzzle gameplay feel even better.

Here are your App Store download links for these games:

Apple Arcade previously added other remastered editions of such classic titles as Fruit Ninja, Monument Valley, Threes, Mini Metro, The Oregon Trail, Cut the Rope and more.

How to get notified on new Apple Arcade arrivals

As explained in our tutorial, tapping any of the above links takes you to the game’s App Store page where you can choose to get notified when the title becomes available to download. And with the automatic downloads option turned on in your App Store settings, the games will be automatically downloaded as soon as they go live on the App Store.

These upcoming releases will be exclusively available to Apple Arcade subscribers ($5/month) across the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. All Apple Arcade titles are free of in-app purchases and advertising, they come with iCloud progress sync and some also support MFi controllers.

Apple Arcade launched with a hundred titles on September 19, 2019, after being announced in March 2019. The service currently hosts more than 180 titles, and more are being added on a more or less regular basis.

For further information, visit Apple Arcade on Twitter.