Here are Some of the Games Included in Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade is the company’s new gaming subscription service. It will feature games from indie developers and bigger studios alike. Here are some of the games that will be included.

[Indie Games Get a Seat at the Apple Arcade Table]

Where Cards Fall

Snowman | The Game Band

A captivating narrative puzzle that’s also a compelling coming-of-age story. Our hero navigates the insecurities and emotions of high school and beyond, creating pathways and overcoming obstacles.

apple arcade where cards fall
Where Cards Fall

The Pathless

Annapurna Interactive | Giant Squid

In this surreal and mythic adventure, a hunter and an eagle explore a vast forested island to dispel a curse that grips the world. It’s a cinematic blend of action and story, all set in a stunning, dreamlike landscape.

LEGO Brawls

LEGO | RED Games

The blocks will fly in this multiplayer brawler set in the LEGO universe. Players create their own characters, collaborate with teammates to build and control machines, and battle to win.

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Lego Brawls

Hot Lava

Klei Entertainment

Don’t. Touch. The. Floor. Because it’s lava. So run, jump, climb, and surf — on your own or with friends — in a nostalgic game that will transport you back to your childhood.

Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm

Cornfox & Bros.

Set 1000 years before the original Oceanhorn, this is a completely reimagined world of knights and treasure-filled dungeons. Breathtaking visuals and new tactical abilities make it engaging for players of all kinds.

apple arcade oceanhorn 2
Oceanhorn 2

Beyond a Steel Sky

Revolution Software

Welcome to the dystopia known as Union City. This highly anticipated sequel challenges you with thrilling puzzles and compelling characters as you try to hack the city’s AI system.

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You can see the list and watch gaming trailers here.

One thought on “Here are Some of the Games Included in Apple Arcade

  • Pretty uninspiring so far, but it is encouraging that Apple is actually thinking about games on the Mac for the first time in years.

    Maybe they will actually make a decent controller for Apple TV?

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