Twenty new games have been added to Apple Arcade
Everything from turtles and automobiles to a mountain built by a single man.
New games are being added to Apple’s mobile gaming subscription service, Apple Arcade. Twenty new games are joining Apple’s subscription service, which was announced today.
When it comes to roguelike adventures featuring the Turtles, TMNT Splintered Fate is one of the best. The team will travel throughout New York City in quest of Splinter, picking up random power-ups along the way.
What the Car? is the next offering from Triband, the creators of the wildly popular What the Golf? and What the Bat? As with Triband’s previous games, this one features a humorously offbeat take on automobiles.
More are scheduled to occur; among them are the perennial favourites Getting Over It and Limbo. The schedule for today’s matches is as follows:
May 2023 sees the release of new Apple Arcade games.
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Scenes from the City: Sim Builder, Chess Universe, Disney Colouring World, Disney Getaway Blast, Farming Simulator 20, Getting Over It, Hill Climb Racing, Iron Marines, Kingdom Two Crowns, Playdead’s Limbo, My Town Home, and Other Family Games, and My Town Home, an Urban Planning Simulator
Games like Octodad: Dadliest Catch, PPKP, Snake.io, Temple Run, Time Locker, and Very Few Nightmares also made the list.
It’s a great cast that includes both fan favourites and interesting newcomers. I think it would be interesting to see the struggle of someone trying to climb the hill in Bennett Foddy’s Getting Over It translated into a mobile format.
Many excellent games, such as Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Fantasian and the recently released mobile version of Game Freak’s Pocket Card Jockey, have been released on Apple Arcade over the years. I can’t wait to see whether there are any more noteworthy additions to this revision.