Sep 16, 2019

Apple Arcade Launches For Some Users Ahead Of Its September 19th Debut

Apple Arcade has launched for some users across the globe today, ahead of its September 19th release date. Users who have installed iOS 13 beta and iOS 13.1 beta will be able to sign up for the gaming subscription service.

To sign up for Apple Arcade, head to the App Store app, and then tap on the "Arcade" tab, click on the "try it free" button. You should be able to browse a varied range of games, to be more specific, a total of 54 games appears to available at launch. Choose a game that you would like to play, and then click on "Get" to download the game on your iOS devices.

Apple Arcade is designed to deliver an intuitive gameplay experience with games that were initially designed and developed by its developers. Every player will be given titles that come with everything, which is the full version of the game. They just need to download the game and play it instead of paying for a game that has a complete version of it.

All games will not include any ads, in-app purchases and it's available for offline playing. In relation to the games in the App Store, they transmit a huge catalog of games. iOS users can also use Family Sharing to offer their families unlimited access to the amazing games that Apple Arcade delivers. Every game in the subscription service meets Apple's privacy requirements to ensure that everything you play is secure for your iOS devices.

Apple Arcade is set to launch to everyone this Thursday, and it's only limited to devices that are running on iOS 13.

Apple has also released a Newsroom update that focused on behind the scene of the Apple Arcade games. You can read these stories by visiting this link.

Here are all of the games that are available for download right now:

- Assemble With Care (usTwo)

- Shantae and the Seven Sirens (WayForward Technologies)

- Grindstone (Capybara Games)

- WHAT THE GOLF? (The Label)

- Card of Darkness (Zach Gage)

- LEGO Brawls (LEGO)

- Patterned (Borderleap)

- Stellar Commanders (Blindflug Studios)

- Where Cards Fall (Snowman)

- Overland (Finji)

- Exit the Gungeon (Devolver Digital)

- Rayman Mini (Ubisoft)

- Spaceland (Tortuga Team)

- Agent Intercept (PikPok)

- Punch Planet (Block Zero Games)

- Sneaky Sasquatch (Rac7 Games)

- Operator 41 (Shifty Eye Games)

- Frogger in Toy Town (Konami)

- Red Reign (Ninja Kiwi)

- Various Daylife (Square Enix)

- Mini Motorways (Dinosaur Polo Club)

- Don't Bug Me! (Frosty Pop)

- Oceanhorn 2 (Cornfox & Bros)

- King's League II (Kurechii)

- Explottens (Werplay Priv.)

- Spelldrifter (Free Range Games)

- The Get Out Kids (Frosty Pop)

- Spek. (Rac7 Games)

- Way of the Turtle (Illusion Labs)

- Lifeslide (Block Zero Games)

- Neo Cab (Surprise Attack Games)

- Skate City (Snowman)

- Tint. (Lykke Studios)

- The Enchanted World (Noodlecake Studios)

- Over the Alps (Stave Studios)

- Hot Lava (Klei Entertainment)

- The Pinball Wizard (Frosty Pop)

- Shinsekai Into the Depths (Capcom)

- Word Laces (Minimega)

- Dear Reader (Local No. 12)

- Projection: First Light (Blowfish Studios)

- ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree (Wildboy Studios)

- Big Time Sports (Frosty Pop)

- Tangle Tower (SFB Games)

- Dread Nautical (Zen Studios)

- Mutazione (Die Gute Fabrik)

- Bleak Sword (Devolver Digital)

- Sayonara Wild Hearts (Annapurna)

- Dead End Job (Headup)

- Cat Quest II (The Gentlebros)

- Dodo Peak (Moving Pieces)

- Cricket Through the Ages (Devolver Digital)

- Speed ​​Demons (Radiangames)

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