Video game subscription services are becoming increasingly popular in video game worlds, not only do you have the Xbox Game Pass, EA Access and PlayStation Now, as Apple will also enter this market now.
Apple Arcade is the subscription service for Apple devices, smartphones, tablets, and televisions, which will allow you to access more than 100 games for Apple devices for a subscription: 4.99$ monthly.
In this guide, we will explain everything we know about the Apple Arcade service, along with a list of the games available at launch that we will update as updates emerge.
How to play games in Apple Arcade?
If you have questions, we’ll explain how you can play games in Apple Arcade. Remember, you have to have an Apple ID account!
- To find a game: just scroll through Apple’s highlights on the main Arcade page or go to the bottom of the page and click “See All Games”.
- Once you choose a game to play, click on “Get ” to the right of the game name.
- After Arcade downloads the game to your smartphone, click “Play”.
- If you see the command, you can sign in to Game Center (the Apple multiplayer service) and choose a name and avatar. You can also click on “Not Now ” If you want to pass this part ahead.
- And it’s done! It’s time to play!
You can count that Apple Arcade has high-caliber publishers games, including Capcom, Ubisoft, and Square Enix.
Below, we present all the games that are currently available on the platform:
- Agent Intercept (PikPok)
- Assemble With Care (usTwo)
- ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree (Wildboy Studios)
- Battlesky Brigade: Harpooner (BattleBrew)
- Big Time Sports (Frosty Pop)
- Bleak Sword (Devolver Digital)
- Card of Darkness (Zach Gage)
- Cardpocalypse (Versus Evo)
- Cat Quest II (The Gentlebros)
- Chuchu Rocket! Universe (Sega)
- Cricket Through the Ages (Devolver Digital)
- Dead End Job (Headup)
- Dear Reader (Local No. 12)
- Dodo Peak (Moving Pieces)
- Don’t Bug Me! (Frosty Pop)
- Down in Bermuda (Yak & co)
- Dread Nautical (Zen Studios)
- Earthnight (Cleaversoft)
- Exit the Gungeon (Devolver Digital)
- Explottens (Werplay Priv.)
- Fledging Heroes (Subtle Boom)
- Frogger in Toy Town (Konami)
- Get out kids (Frosty Pop)
- Grindstone (Capybara Games)
- Hexaflip: The Action Puzzler (Rogue Games)
- Hot Lava (Klei Entertainment)
- HyperBrawl Tournament (Milky Tea Limited)
- Jenny LeClue – Detectivu (Mografi)
- King’s League II (Kurechii)
- LEGO Brawls (LEGO)
- Lifeslide (Block Zero Games)
- Mini Motorways (Dinosaur Polo Club)
- Murder Mystery Machine (Blazing Griffin)
- Mutazione (Die Gute Fabrik)
- Neo Cab (Surprise Attack Games)
- Oceanhorn 2 (Cornfox & Bros)
- Operator 41 (Shifty Eye Games)
- Outlanders (Pomelo Games)
- Over the Alps (Stave Studios)
- Overland (Finji)
- Painty Mob (Devolver Digital)
- Patterned (Borderleap)
- Possessions. (Noodlecake)
- Projection: First Light (Blowfish Studios)
- Punch Planet (Block Zero Games)
- Rayman Mini (Ubisoft)
- Red Reign (Ninja Kiwi)
- Sayonara Wild Hearts (Annapurna)
- Shantae and the Seven Sirens (WayForward Technologies)
- Shinsekai Into the Depths (Capcom)
- Skate City (Snowman)
- Sneaky Sasquatch (Rac7 Games)
- Sonic Racing (Sega)
- Spaceland (Tortuga Team)
- Speed Demons (Radiangames)
- Spelldrifter (Free Range Games)
- Spek. (Rac7 Games)
- Spidersaurs (Wayforward)
- Stellar Commanders (Blindflug Studios)
- Stranded Sails (Shifty Eye)
- Super Impossible Road (Rogue Games)
- Tangle Tower (SFB Games)
- The Enchanted World (Noodlecake Studios)
- The Get Out Kids (Frosty Pop)
- The Pinball Wizard (Frosty Pop)
- Tint. (Lykke Studios)
- Towaga: Among Shadows (Noodlecake)
- Various Daylife (Square Enix)
- Way of the Turtle (Illusion Labs)
- WHAT THE GOLF? (The Label)
- Where Cards Fall (Snowman)
- Word Laces (Minimega)
Other games that are already known to be present in the service are Beyond a Steel Sky, Little Orpheus, and The Pathless, the premiere date is not yet known but we will be attentive to the news.