Apple Arcade: Will it be a competition?

Apple did it again. And this time, Apple bringing out Apple Arcade to the table. Will it going to be a competition to others this time?  

Apple Arcade is a game subscription. It will feature more than a hundred titles and apparently some of them are going to be exclusive only to Apple Arcade. This service will be available to 150+ countries and going to be available on all Apple-compatible products such as iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple TV. As we know Apple works best with its closed ecosystem, subscribers can pick up where they left off in a game even if they switch among these devices.   

This service will allow gamers to try any game from its collection of titles that you can download and play online/offline with no ads, ad tracking or any additional purchases needed and will respect user privacy. Some games in Apple Arcade are also reported to support games controller.  

Games to Play  

Apple Arcade will feature over 100 new and exclusive games. Games that come to Apple Arcade will be curated based on its originality, quality, creativity, and fun to appeal players of all ages. Apple will not only curate the games into Apple Arcade but also will contribute to the development costs and working closely with creators to bring the games to life.  

App Store holds over 300,000 free and paid games and Apple Arcade will be the perfect complement to the App Store by making iOS the premier gaming platform for players of all ages. Some of the games that will come to Apple Arcade are (new games will be added to the service on a regular basis);  

  • Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree   
  • Ballistic Baseball  
  • Beyond a Steel Sky  
  • Box Project  
  • Cardpocalypse  
  • ChuChu Rocket Universe  
  • Doomsday Vault  
  • Down in Bermuda  
  • Enter the Construct  
  • Exit the Gungeon  
  • Fantasian  
  • Frogger in Toy Town  
  • Hitchhiker  
  • Hot Lava   
  • Jenny LeClue – Detectivu  
  • Kings of the Castle  
  • Lego Arthouse  
  • Lego Brawls  
  • Lifelike  
  • Little Orpheus  
  • Mr Turtle  
  • Monomals   
  • No Way Home  
  • Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm   
  • Overland  
  • Pac-Man Party Royale  
  • Projection: First Light  
  • Rayman Mini  
  • Repair  
  • Sayonara Wild Hearts   
  • Shantae 5  
  • Skate City  
  • Sneaky Sasquatch  
  • Sonic Racing  
  • Spidersaurs  
  • Spyder  
  • Steven Universe: Unleash the Light  
  • Super Impossible Road  
  • The Artful Escape  
  • The Enchanted World  
  • The Pathless   
  • The Bradwell Conspiracy  
  • UFO on Tape: First Contact  
  • Various Daylife  
  • Where Cards Fall  
  • Winding Worlds  
  • Yaga  

 Apple Arcade Pricing  

Apple Arcade will be available on the App Store on September 19 with iOS 13. The subscription service will be priced at $UDS 4.99 per month and users have unlimited access to the entire Apple Arcade’s catalog.  

And to summarize regarding Apple Arcade;

i) What is Apple Arcade?   

Apple’s mobile and Mac gaming subscription service. 

ii) When does it launch?   

September 19, 2019 

iii) What can I play it on?   

iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV  

iv) How much will it cost?   

$4.99 / £4.99 / AU$7.99 / AED 19.99 (monthly subscription)


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