The Apple Arcade catalog continues to grow bigger with new additions, including an exclusive Lego Star Wars game which will is now scheduled to launch soon on the subscription service.
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“What Remains of Edith Finch”, the very first Annapurna game, is coming to iPhone and iPad, the publisher announced. It's slated to release on Apple's App Store on Thursday, August 16.
Instagram's safety procedures are tightening, with any new accounts created by kids younger than 16 automatically set to private by default to boost privacy of the youngsters.
“Alto's Odyssey: The Lost City” is launching on Apple Arcade on Friday, July 16, developer Snowman has announced. Here's your first glimpse of what lies beneath the endless desert.
The Pokemon franchise will soon get its first strategic team battle game, Pokemon United.
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.
Snowman, the brains behind the endless runner and sand/snowboarding games Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey, have a new interactive iOS app built specifically for kids.
Keeping up with new games can be tough no matter which device you use. But if you’re an Apple Arcade subscriber, you can receive notifications for new games when they become available.
This is a great way to know exactly when that awesome new game you’ve been waiting for hits the App Store for you to download. Here’s how to get notifications for new Apple Arcade games on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Nintendo and developer Niantic have partnered to co-develop a new augmented reality (AR) game for mobile devices, dubbed Pikmin, following the tremendous success the companies enjoyed with Pokémon Go, the first AR game for iOS that launched five years ago.
From the creators of “tint.” comes “lumen.”, a unique puzzler that just launched on Apple Arcade in which the player is challenged to solve levels using lights, lenses and mirrors.
This past weekend, Apple's games-subscription service has picked up “Populus Run,” a crowd control runner from developer FIFTYTWO.
Apple Arcade today picked up two new titles, a surveillance mystery game set in the forrest along with a physicals-based match puzzler set in a bright, colorful world.