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Apple Arcade Now Reaches a Total of 100 Games

The games are supported by Made for iPhone game controllers along with PS4 and Xbox controllers

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A customer is entering the Apple store in Fairfax, Virginia. VOA

Apple’s subscription-based gaming service Arcade has now reached 100 total games on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV with the addition of six more games.

The six new games added on Friday include Sociable Soccer, sequel to the beloved Sensible Soccer which was popular during the early 1990s, the Engadget reported.

The other new games include UFO on Tape: First Contact, a sequel to an early iPhone game, 2010’s UFO on Tape.

There’s also Takeshi and Hiroshi by Oink Games which combines the world of puppet animation with Role Playing Game and tells the story of two brothers.

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An Apple company logo is seen behind tree branches outside an Apple store in Beijing, Dec. 14, 2018. VOA

The game fantasy story Guildlings by Sirvo Studios draws on inspiration from things like classic RPGs, point and click puzzle games, and visual novels.

The remaining three titles include, Sociable Soccer by Rogue Games – a fast-paced, cross-platform soccer game; Discolored by Shifty Eye that is a surreal, first-person puzzle adventure game and Marble It Up: Mayhem! by The Marble Collective which is a puzzle game.

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The service, which is available for Rs 99 in India, allows up to six family members share the same subscription for one monthly fee.

The games are supported by Made for iPhone game controllers along with PS4 and Xbox controllers. (IANS)

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Apple Adds New Game “Kings of The Castle” To Gaming Service Apple Arcade

Last month, Apple revealed "Ultimate Rivals" from Bit Fry Game Studios, a new sports game franchise that brings together athletes

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'Kings of the Castle', a speedrunner from Frosty Pop Games where one can play as a princess and must fight her way through traps, enemies, and obstacles to save her prince from the clutches of an evil dragon. IANS

Apple has added a new game ‘Kings of the Castle’ to its subscription-based gaming service Arcade.

‘Kings of the Castle’, a speedrunner from Frosty Pop Games where one can play as a princess and must fight her way through traps, enemies, and obstacles to save her prince from the clutches of an evil dragon.

The first release of the game includes two island levels, six different speed runs, and cross-platform multiplayer support. The game can be played on both solo and multiplayer modes, news portal iMore reported on Friday.

“The dragon Zantorian locked Prince Rupert away in a castle tower on a dangerous and mysterious island. Lord Baldor dispatches the princess to investigate the hostile and unfamiliar territory and save the prince,” the game’s description on the App Store says.

“Playing as the princess, you must use your speed, courage, and savvy sense of direction to save the prince. Avoid traps, battle enemies, jump over obstacles, and collect gems along your journey to pay a ransom for the prince’s safe return. But do it fast. The dragon is hungry,” it added.

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Apple has added a new game ‘Kings of the Castle’ to its subscription-based gaming service Arcade. Wikimedia Commons

Last month, Apple revealed “Ultimate Rivals” from Bit Fry Game Studios, a new sports game franchise that brings together athletes across hockey, basketball, football, baseball and soccer into a single officially licensed video game, a first in sports and gaming.

In “Ultimate Rivals: The Rink”, the first title in the franchise, players choose from more than 50 superstar athletes to compete in exciting two-on-two hockey matches.

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The subscription-based gaming service provides iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac users with access to over 100 games with no in-app purchases or ads for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. (IANS)