Just a little more than two weeks after its official launch, more games have already made their way to Apple Arcade. Here’s more about each of the four new titles available to play.
The Bradwell Conspiracy
A first-person narrative puzzle game, The Bradwell Conspiracy is set in 2026. While attending a party at the company’s Stonehenge Museum, there is a sudden explosion.
You wake up trapped alone in a hidden underground complex. There is another survivor, Amber, but she is trapped on the other side of a locked doorway.
The only communication is with a pair of AR smart glasses. But as you and Amber try to find a way to escape, a sinister truth is exposed. Many of the puzzles are solved using the unique 3D-printing gameplay mechanic.
From the same team behind the cat collecting game Neko Atsume, Nightmare Farm is a bit different.
The game is the story of a girl with a wounded heart as she prepares good and gives toys to different characters visiting the farm.
Time on the farm, and meeting the different friends, can help heal the girl’s heart.
From the team behind Machinarium and Samorost, Pilgrims is a unique adventure game.
Combining a card game and point-and-click adventure, you’ll explore the land and meet different characters. You’ll try to solve their different issues. Each object you find is turned into a card you can play.
There is no need to follow a set path and you can travel and explore. The hand-drawn animations and original music help add to the appeal. There are 45 different achievements in the game, so you’ll definitely want to play more than once.
Redout: Space Assault
Head to space in Redout: Space Assault. In the space shooter, you’ll play as an ace fighter pilot who needs to eradicate rebels and space pirate while keeping scientists safe to help continue the colonization of Mars.
In the Career Mode, you’ll learn all the skills needed to triumph in the universe. There are a number of beautiful locations to battle in with fun weapons like plasma cannons, shock rays, and more.
You can also customize different parts of your ship for battle.
Getting Started With Apple Arcade
Apple Arcade is currently available for devices with iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and tvOS 13 installed. It will also be available on macOS Catalina when it officially arrives sometime this month.
You can try out the service with a one-month free trial. After that, Apple Arcade is $4.99 per month.
A subscription can be shared with up to six other members of your family with Family Sharing.
To subscribe on your iPhone or iPad, open up the App Store tab and then select the Arcade tab.
Select the Try it Free button on the top of the page.