Apple Arcade: prices, and all games included in the subscription

Among the many innovations launched during the Special Event of March 25, Tim Cook presented Apple Arcade, the first subscription to the App Store games.


Apple has added a new very affordable annual plan from € 49.99 which in fact gives two months of subscription, compared to the canonical plan from € 4.99 per month.
What is Apple Arcade
The subscription to Apple Arcade includes unlimited access to a special catalog of over 100 exclusive games with which to have fun online or offline, on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV; titles can be shared at no additional cost among all members of a family, and bailouts spread automatically across all devices. In other words, you leave the game on iPhone and resume it on Apple TV as soon as you get home.

In iOS 13, Apple Arcade is a separate section on the App Store, curated by professionals in the sector, and not by artificial intelligence; the suggestions on the titles to be downloaded will be based on the user’s habits, but there will be no profiling.

All content aims to create a complete gaming experience, with all the features and updates included, without advertising or additional purchases.

“The App Store is the largest and most popular platform in the world for video games. Now with Apple Arcade, the first subscription gaming service for mobile devices, desktop computers and TVs, games will make a quantum leap, “said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing. “Together with some of the world’s most innovative developers, we are working on creating over 100 original games for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. Apple Arcade games will be family-friendly and will respect user privacy, without advertising and without in-app purchases. We believe that Apple Arcade will be greeted with enthusiasm by gamers of all ages. ”

Types of Games
The titles, created by avid software houses, cover all the main genres, from action to adventure, from board games to brain teasers: there is something for everyone. Here is a taste of the best titles:

Gameloft’s “Ballistic Baseball” is an action-packed arcade baseball game where pitcher and batter can take on challenging head-to-head multiplayer challenges.

In “ChuChu Rocket! Universe ”, Sega launches the beloved ChuChu into a universe of strange and wonderful planets, with over 100 puzzles and puzzles to solve.
– In Devolver’s “Exit the Gungeon”, players must escape from a prison that is about to collapse, facing increasingly dangerous obstacles and enemies.

Finji’s “Overland” is a post-apocalyptic “on the road” adventure, in which players will have to deal with fearsome creatures, save other travelers and look for supplies to survive.

Bandai Namco’s “PAC-MAN PARTY ROYALE” is an innovative arcade experience with a four-player Battle mode in which only one PAC-MAN will survive.

In Ubisoft’s “Rayman Mini”, Rayman has become as small as an ant! Players will be able to use insects, mushrooms and plants to traverse the strange world as fast as possible or retry and try again until they reach the perfect score.

Snowman’s “Skate City” encompasses the soul and heart of street skating and integrates multi-touch controls.

“Steven Universe: Unleash the Light” is an original Cartoon Network, written in collaboration with Rebecca Sugar, where users choose their favorite characters, unlock new skills and dress up in funny costumes in the best role-playing game for mobile platform.

“Super Impossible Road” by Rogue Games is a futuristic and high-adrenaline driving game, where users face curves and hairpin bends on tracks that cross splendid galactic scenarios.

Bossa’s “The Bradwell Conspiracy” is a stylized adventure game halfway between thriller and conspiracy theory, with a clear humorous streak.
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