35 video games coming to Apple's new Arcade service, which will be like Netflix for games
- Apple is launching a game-subscription service later this year called Apple Arcade.
- Subscribing to Apple Arcade lets you play any game in its library on Apple hardware (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV) - with no microtransactions, and no ads.
- You won't be able to play Apple Arcade games on any other mobile platform, or on any other subscription service.
- We've rounded up all of the Apple Arcade games we know about so far.
At its March event earlier this year, Apple announced it's been working with game developers on a new service called Apple Arcade.
Apple Arcade is an Apple-built playground for developers that want to make games without microtransactions or having to rely on ads for revenue.
Apple says Arcade will eventually offer more than 100 new and exclusive games, titles "that will raise the bar for what's possible for gaming."
Apple Arcade games will have all features included by default; no additional purchases needed. And every single Apple Arcade game will also be playable offline, so you don't need to have an internet connection to play.
Notably, you won't find these games on any other mobile platform or subscription service, but versions of some of the games do already exist on non-mobile platforms. They are exclusive to Apple devices and Apple Arcade, even though several of these games can also be purchased and played separately on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Apple Arcade games can be played on any iPhone, iPad, Mac computer, or Apple TV - and you can switch between devices, automatically picking up where you left off. (Thankfully, the Apple TV is gaining support for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers later this year to make Apple Arcade games even more accessible.)
We still don't know how much Apple Arcade will cost per month, but one subscription gives you access to every game in the Arcade library: You can play as many games as you'd like without paying for each individual title.
Apple previewed a handful of games at its March event, but has listed more information about its upcoming games online. Here are all of the games coming to Apple Arcade so far:
"Where Cards Fall," by Snowman and The Game Band
"The Pathless," by Annapurna Interactive and Giant Squid
"Lego Brawls," by LEGO and RED Games
"Hot Lava," by Klei Entertainment
"Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm," by Cornfox & Bros.
"Beyond a Steel Sky," by Revolution Software
"Sayonara Wild Hearts," by Annapurna Interactive and Simogo
"Repair," by ustwo games
"The Bradwell Conspiracy," by Bossa Studios and A Brave Plan
"HitchHiker," by Versus Evil and Mad About Pandas
"Spidersaurs," by WayForward
"UFO on Tape: First Contact," by Revolutionary Concepts
"Kings of the Castle," by Frosty Pop
"LEGO Arthouse," by LEGO
"Down in Bermuda," by Yak & Co
"Lifelike," by kunabi brother
"Enter The Construct," by Directive Games Limited
"Cardpocalypse," by Versus Evil and Gambrinous
"The Artful Escape," by Beethoven & Dinosaur and Annapurna Interactive
"ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree," by Wildboy Studios
"Frogger in Toy Town," by Konami
"Projection: First Light," by Blowfish Studios and Shadowplay Studios
"Doomsday Vault," by Flightless
"Winding Worlds," by KO_OP
"Sneaky Sasquatch," by RAC7
"Yaga," by Versus Evil and Breadcrumbs Interactive
"Mr. Turtle," by Illusion Labs
"Monomals," by Picomy
"Overland," by Finji
"No Way Home," by SMG Studio
"Sonic Racing," by SEGA and HARDlight
"Fantasian," by Mistwalker
"Little Orpheus," by Chinese Room
"Shantae 5," by WayForward
"Box Project," by AQUIRIS
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