Apple Arcade already had a lot of games under its banner, but now the subscription service has just been injected with the largest boost to its catalog since launch.
Is Apple a services company these days? It's certainly possible to make that argument. And being in the Apple ecosystem probably means you pay for at least a couple of different options offered by the company. But with so many other offerings out there, it can be a task simply choosing which ones to keep.
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.
Back in December, we reported that a new adventure game, Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon was coming soon to Apple Arcade. Now, the wait is finally over.
“NUTS - A Surveillance Mystery” is a narrative surveillance adventure with a bold visual style. Made by indie developers Joon, Pol, Muuutsch, Char and Torfi in collaboration with Noodlecake Studios, “NUTS” is launching soon across the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac via Apple Arcade.
The App Store lets you browse the entire Apple Arcade catalog. But with well over a hundred games available on Apple Arcade, discovering the right title to kill a few minutes of your time may feel like finding a needle in the haystack. Thankfully, you have several filtering options at your disposal to isolate only the games that interest you. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to sort and filter Apple Arcade titles by release date, controller support and more.
“Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon”, a new dungeon crawler from developer Cornfox & Brothers that's set in the Oceanhorn universe, will be coming soon to your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV via the Apple Arcade games-subscription service.
Pinball, zombies and tower defense meet in “Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes”, a new game for the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV that's now available on Apple Arcade.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer sat down with The Verge to talk about several different topics, including fees associated with digital storefronts like Apple's App Store, and much more.
The mythic adventure “The Pathless“ is now available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV as part of the $5 per month Apple Arcade game-subscription service.
“Alba: A Wildlife Adventure” is the next premium title coming from Ustwo Games, the studio that brought you the award-winning “Monument Valley” games with impossible architecture. It's scheduled to launch on the Apple Arcade game-subscription service in a few weeks.