First World Game history
Apple unveils Apple Arcade, the world’s first game subscription service for mobile, desktop. Apple Arcade will feature new original games from renowned indie developers, large studios, and legendary creators such as Heroku Sekiguchi, Ken Wong, and Will Wright.
Cupertino, California-Apple today enjoys over 100 new exclusive games, including original games from Heroku Sekiguchi, Ken Wong, Will Wright, and dozens of other renowned creators. Apple Arcade, a subscription service for games, has been released. The games featured at Apple Arcade will be games that change the rules of the game and will be selected based on originality, completeness, creativity, fun, and attractiveness for all age users.
Apple Arcade will allow customers to enjoy any game they want from a carefully selected collection, tracking ads or activity for advertisements, no additional purchases, and thorough protection of user privacy.
App Store World Gaming Platform
The App Store is the world’s most successful and active gaming platform, offering approximately 300,000 free and paid games. Free games supported by advertising or in-app purchases are enjoyed by hundreds of millions of users worldwide. In Paid games, there are many works that are praised by critics and loved by users, but they have smaller users even if they are very good games because they are not easy to compete with free games.
Apple Arcade will offer these games to more than 1 billion App Store game customers in a simple way with a single subscription. Apple Arcade will be the perfect complement to the free game catalog in the already popular App Store. It maks iOS the best gaming platform for users of all ages. A scene from the Apple Arcade game Hot Lava.
Keli Entertainment’s “Hot Lava” scheduled to be released at Apple Arcade later this year.
Artwork from Apple’s arcade game Where Cards Fall on iPhone.
Snowman’s “Where Cards Fall” scheduled for release at Apple Arcade later this year.
A scene from the Apple arcade game The Pathless.
Annapurna Interactive’s “The Pathless” scheduled to launch at Apple Arcade later this year.
Apple isn’t just about selecting games for Apple Arcade, it’s investing in development costs and working closely with creators to complete the game.
world’s most critically acclaimed game developers, Apple Arcade’s games will delight customers with incredibly fun ways of play and immersive stories and will capture their imagination with original graphics and music.
Dozens of developers including Annapurna Interactive, Bossa Studios, Cartoon Network, Fiji, Giant Squid, Keli Entertainment, Konami, LEGO, Mist walker Corporation, SEGA, Snowman, and us. Two games will showcase their games on Apple Arcade.
“App Store is the world’s largest and most successful gaming platform,” said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing. Now Apple is about to take the game a step further through Apple Arcade. The first game subscription service for mobile, desktop, and home. Working with the world’s most innovative game developers, iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple. We are producing over 100 new exclusive games for you to enjoy on TV. The Apple Arcade game is suitable for families, protects user privacy, and will not display ads or require additional purchases.
A scene from SEGA’s Sonic Racing, an Apple arcade game.
SEGA’s “Sonic Racing” scheduled to launch at Apple Arcade later this year.
A scene from the Apple arcade game Beyond a Steel Sky.
LEGO’s “LEGO Brawls” scheduled to launch at Apple Arcade later this year.
A scene from the Apple arcade game Ocean horn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm. Scene from the Apple arcade game Projection: First Light. A scene from the Apple arcade game Enter the Construct.
Directive Games Limited to be available at Apple Arcade later this year