These 20 new games have just been added to Apple Arcade

These 20 new games have just been added to Apple Arcade

Added to the Apple Arcade library are 20 additional games. Some are brand-new releases, while others, like Temple Run+, are updated versions of beloved App Store favorites.

  • Disney SpellStruck, TMNT Splintered Fate, Cityscapes: Sim Builder, What the Car?, and other new Apple Arcade games are now accessible.
  • Temple Run+, Playdead’s Limbo+, PPKP+, and more well-known App Store releases had their Arcade versions added as part of the extension.
  • There are a total of 20 new games that you may play on your Apple screens.

There are now 20 additional games in the Apple Arcade library.

Apple stated on May 4, 2023, that twenty new games had been added to Apple Arcade, ranging from updated versions of popular App Store favorites to brand-new titles available only through the service.

Playable on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV are original arcade games. However, the iPhone and iPad are the only devices that support the Arcade versions of existing App Store classics (indicated by a plus sign in the title).

20 new Apple Arcade games:

  1. TMNT Splintered Fate by Paramount Global
  2. Disney SpellStruck by Artist Arcade
  3. What the Car? by Triband
  4. Cityscapes: Sim Builder by Magic Fuel Games
  5. Chess Universe+ by Tilting Point
  6. Disney Coloring World+ by StoryToys
  7. Disney Getaway Blast+ by Gameloft
  8. Farming Simulator 20+ by Giants Software
  9. Getting Over It+ by Bennett Foddy
  10. Hill Climb Racing+ by Fingersoft
  11. Iron Marines+ by Ironhide Game Studio
  12. Kingdom Two Crowns+ by Raw Fury
  13. Limbo+ by Playdead
  14. My Town Home – Family Games+ by My Town Games
  15. Octodad: Dadliest Catch+ by Young Horses
  16. PPKP+ by Shimada Toshihiro
  17. by Kooapps
  18. Temple Run+ by Imangi Studios
  19. Time Locker+ by Sotaro Otsuka
  20. Very Little Nightmares+ by Bandai Namco

For title descriptions, see the announcement in the Apple Newsroom.

2022 was a busy year for Arcade

There iPhone screenshots showing the games Chess Universe, Very Little Nightmare and Time Locker

Very Small Nightmare (middle), Time Locker, and Chess World are seen on the left (right)

According to Apple’s announcement, over 50 new games and over 300 improvements to current games were added to Arcade in 2022.

Additionally, later this month, the service will release significant updates for a number of games, including My Little Pony: Mane Merge, Asphalt 8: Airborne+, Angry Birds Remastered, SpongeBob: Patty Pursuit, Taiko no Tatsujin Pop Tap Beat, and Jetpack Joyride 2.

Following its 2019 launch, Apple Arcade now offers more than 200 games with features like iCloud saves, controller support, no ads, no tracking, and no in-app purchases to subscribers at no additional cost.

How to see the schedule of forthcoming Apple Arcade games

Hit the Arcade tab in the App Store on your device, scroll down, and select the option See All Games to view a list of upcoming Apple Arcade games. Turn on the Coming Soon filter after selecting Filters at the top to restrict the list by release date.

Due to low interaction or contract expirations, Apple may decide to remove tiles from the collection. For two more weeks, removed games can still be found on Arcade.

How to gain free access to Apple Arcade

On your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, you have access to a growing library of more than 200 games through Apple Arcade. Ads, tracking, and in-app purchases are not present in any of the games that are offered on the service. After a one-month free trial, Apple Arcade has a $5/month price. All subscription bundles for Apple One include the service.

With the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV, you receive three free months of Apple Arcade. Visit for more information about Apple Arcade.

Apple Arcade is not a game streaming service like Xbox Cloud Gaming from Microsoft. Instead, each title must be downloaded in order to be run locally on your device.

The newest Sony and Microsoft controllers, as well as Nintendo’s Joy-Con and Switch Pro, 8BitDo joypads, and other MFi-certified controllers like SteelSeries’ Nimbus and Stratus, are all supported by a number of Apple Arcade games.

Добавить комментарий

Ваш адрес email не будет опубликован. Обязательные поля помечены *