Probably the most intriguing of the Apple Arcade games shown off today.
The Apple Arcade gaming service will be available on September 19 in over 150 countries. Apple Arcade marks Apple's foray into subscription gaming services, after making a name for itself in the mobile games space with the App Store.
Apple showed off two exclusive games coming to Apple Arcade during its keynote presentation.
Apple TV+ will also be available on the Apple TV app on select 2018, 2019 and newer Samsung smart TVs, and on Amazon Fire TV, LG, Roku, Sony and VIZIO platforms in the future. The catalog will exceed 100 games in the coming weeks as new titles are introduced, with more games to come every month.More news: IPhone 11 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy S10
Sneaky Sasquatch - RAC7's Sasquatch stealth game.
Stenve Universe: Unleash the Light - A sequel to the Steven Universe game, co-written by Rebecca Sugar.
"PAC-MAN PARTY ROYALE" from Bandai Namco, is a brand-new arcade experience featuring a four-player Battle Mode where the last PAC-MAN standing wins.
Super Impossible Road - Rogue Games' high-speed racing game.More news: Paul Pogba price set at £179m for Real Madrid
The Bradwell Conspiracy - It's a humorous conspiracy adventure from Bossa. "A curated selection of over 100 new and exclusive games from numerous most innovative game developers in the world is the flawless complement to the App Store's existing massive catalog of games", said Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
The Apple Arcade subscription service was first announced in February, although Apple didn't share launch details at the time. The aim is to allow users to play games online that would normally require expensive hardware within Google Chrome, provided they have a good internet connection.
Various Daylife - From the makers of Bravely Default (yay!) and Octopath Traveler (boo!) comes this thing. All the games are playable offline, so they can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere.
Apple Arcade subscribers will have access to this its library of specially "curated" games that can be played on any Apple device, including iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TVs. While both demos were played with touch controls, iOS 13 also supports Xbox One and PS4 controllers.More news: Nearly all British Airways flights canceled as pilots go on strike