A Bloomberg report details that Apple is changing its Apple Arcade strategy and canceled the contracts of some games that were in development. Instead, the company is now focusing on gaming titles that will allow it to retain more subscribers.
Apple Arcade’s latest addition, Secret Oops! seems to be much more than a typical game. Secret Oops! is an AR party game and is available for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.
Apple has published a new video on YouTube which showcases the new games that have been added to the company’s game subscription service, Apple Arcade. The company has added at least eight new games to the Arcade, and they range from platformers to RPG to artistic games. Let us have a look at the new games and the new video.
Apple seems to be killing it with Arcade gaming service. The company is releasing new games almost every week. This time around Apple has added five new games that can be accessed across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac. This brings the total to 94.
As promised Apple is promptly adding new games to Apple Arcade. The $4.99/month subscription now gets five new games including Fallen Knight, Yaga, Lifelike, Hogwash, and Tales of Memo. All the games are available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and later will arrive on Mac.
Apple Arcade gaming service has been getting a lot of attention since its release. The gaming service offers 100 exclusive titles that will run on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. As promised, Apple has added new games to Arcade.
If you have been waiting with bated breath for Apple Arcade and iOS 13, your wait is over! Apple has released iOS 13 and with it arrives the Apple Arcade. The iOS 13 arrives with new features like system-wide Dark Mode, new Reminders app, overhauled Siri and Maps. Apple Arcade is grabbing a lot of attention especially since the gaming subscription service offers 100 exclusive games for $4.99/month.
Just yesterday Apple published a list of games that will be available with the launch of Apple Arcade. The Apple Arcade service looks promising with 100 exclusive games being offered at just $4.99 for the entire family. Even the Apple Arcade Hands-On has been mostly positive. A Reddit user has now shared a full list of games that will debut with Apple Arcade.
Apple has already started rolling out Apple Arcade to selected iPhone and iPad users ahead of its public release later this week. The initial hands-on reviews of the service have been overwhelmingly positive and Apple has also highlighted some of the games on Apple Arcade via a press release. Since Apple Arcade is all about gaming, it comes with a plethora of gaming titles. Here is a list of all the games that are currently available on Apple Arcade.