Not the Usual 18 Holes
Don’t be fooled, What the Golf isn’t the usual 18 holes. The only connection to golf is the accessible gameplay mechanic to pull back and release to initiate your shot towards the hole. From there, you get to sit back and laugh at the crazy hole set ups. It’s like a combination of the minimalistic golf games and the crazy arcade sports games for an experience uniquely its own.
Play With Your Food
Butter Royale is a multiplayer battle royale game. But instead of guns and other weapons, you’ll be knocking out opponents with lots of tasty food. Some of the fun food blasters include the Breadzookka. Set on Butter Island, you’ll try to be the last one standing in 32-player battles that take less than five minutes each to complete. On the island, there are nine unique zones like rolling Flor Fields or San Francheesco.
Restoring What’s Broken
From ustwo, developer of the hugely popular Monument Valley series, Assemble with Care is all about putting things back together. You’ll play as Maria, an antique restorer who sets foot in the new town of Bellariva. Along with repairing broken possessions, you’ll also help bring together fractured relationships.
Try Not to Create a Traffic Jam
Mini Motorways lets you oversee the roadways. The game lets you place the roads to connect residents to office buildings, and tasks you with controlling the very growing population. It’s up to you to make the best commute so that everyone arrives on time on maps based on real-world locations including Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Moscow. It’s a non-stop challenge
A Wild Ride
Billed as a pop album video game, Sayonara Wild Hearts combines music and high-speed gaming. The highlight of each stage is its own custom-written song. The game tells the story of a young woman whose heart has broken and has disturbed the balance of the universe. The game is fast-paced and a visually-stunning treat. It should definitely be the first game you download on Apple Arcade.
A Card Game for Everyone
Card Of Darkness offers a compelling card battle system with a dungeon crawler design. From Zach Gage, developer behind popular games like SpellTower, is an accessible real-time strategy game for almost anyone. There are so many layers of strategy to unpack as every card matters in the layout, even the ones you don’t play.
I Feel the Need for Speed
Speed Demons lives up to its name with pulse-pounding racing action. The game offers endless procedurally-generated highways in 19 different environments. There can be up to 100 vehicles on screen at once as you create havoc in the top-down, physics-based racer.
The Long-Awaited Sequel
Oceanhorn 2 offers an adventure that will take you double digit hours to complete, and the most important factor, you will want to complete it. That adventure will get you right in the mood to continue the experience with a cute, yet intricate RPG. It’s easily one of the best-looking games ever released for iOS devices but will keep you intrigued with the expansive world and intricate gameplay.