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Apple introduces 20 new games to Apple Arcade

It has been a while since Apple last gave a substantial update to Apple Arcade's library. That is finally changing this week, with 20 new games heading to the service, including fan favourites like Limbo and Temple Run to completely new titles, including a sequel to What the Golf? and a new TMNT game. 

Apple has announced 20 new titles coming to its game subscription service. That includes Cityscapes: Sim Builder, TMNT Splintered Fate, Disney SpellStruck, and “WHAT THE CAR?”, four new games that will only be available on Apple Arcade. Besides those, Apple Arcade is also adding many classic games for subscribers to enjoy.

Focusing on the new games, let's start with TMNT Splintered Fate. The plot revolves around the disappearance of their mentor Splinter and a mysterious attack on the brothers. Players can join Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael in a co-op roguelike adventure where they combine their attacks with randomized power-ups. Players will search for clues in New York City with the help of familiar allies such as April, Metalhead, and Casey Jones.

Then, there's Disney SpellStruck, a new word game set in the Isles of Tiles developed with the co-creator of Words with Friends, featuring Disney and Pixar characters such as Mickey Mouse, Tiana, and Stitch. Players can challenge themselves with crossword-style games, play with friends in online versus mode, complete daily challenges, and compete for the top spot on leaderboards.

As for “WHAT THE CAR?”, it's a comedic racing game developed by indie game developers known for their quirky titles. Players control an unconventional race car that changes features like legs and wings. The game features physics-based gameplay, making each race a fun adventure with unexpected twists and turns.

Lastly, Cityscapes: Sim Builder is a new mobile game where players become the mayor and create a sustainable city. Developed by veteran sim builders, players must carefully balance the needs of citizens while considering the impact of industry and transportation on the environment.

In addition to the new games, more titles are coming to the subscription service. The list below includes all 16 games coming to Apple Arcade. All of them are “+” versions, meaning that microtransactions and ads have been removed:

  • Chess Universe+
  • Disney Colouring World+
  • Disney Getaway Blast+
  • Farming Simulator 20+
  • Getting Over It+
  • Hill Climb Racing+
  • Iron Marines+
  • Kingdom Two Crowns+
  • Limbo+
  • My Town Home: Family Games+
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch+
  • PPKP+
  • Snake.io+
  • Temple Run+
  • Time Locker+
  • Very Little Nightmares+

Apple Arcade is available for £4.99 monthly with a one-month free trial. Arcade Originals can be played across Apple devices, while App Store Greats are only available for iPhone and iPad. An Apple Arcade subscription provides a family of up to six members with unlimited access to all games in the catalogue.

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