These are the games for Apple Arcade confirmed so far

Along with the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro line, we had all the details about the Apple Arcade earlier in the week. I mean, almost everyone. The list of games was missing. Fortunately, we already have this information: Apple confirmed half of the more than 100 titles promised for the platform shortly after Tuesday’s event.

The Pathless

The Pathless

Among the titles highlighted by the company are Where Cards Fall and Lego Brawls. The first is a puzzle that follows the platform style. The second is a fighting multiplayer based on the Lego universe.

Also worth mentioning Hot Lava, a game inspired by the popular game “the floor is lava” (in it, you should be on top of any object when someone screams that phrase), and The Pathless, an action and adventure game developed by the same creators of Abzu.

51 games have been confirmed so far. Some of them appear in the video below:

The list with the 51 titles is this:

  1. The Artful Escape
  2. Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree
  3. Ballistic Baseball
  4. Beyond a Steel Sky
  5. Box Project
  6. The Bradwell Conspiracy
  7. Cardpocalypse
  8. ChuChu Rocket
  9. Doomsday Vault
  10. Down in Bermuda
  11. Earth Night
  12. The Enchanted World
  13. Enter the Construct
  14. Exit the Gungeon
  15. Fantasian
  16. Frogger in Toy Town
  17. HitchHiker
  18. Hot Lava
  19. Jenny LeClue
  20. Kings of the Castle
  21. Lego Arthouse
  22. Lego Brawls
  23. Lifelike
  24. Little Orpheus
  25. Monomals
  26. Mr. Turtle
  27. No Way Home
  28. Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm
  29. Overland
  30. Pac-Man Party Royale
  31. The Pathless
  32. Possessions
  33. Projection: First Light
  34. Rayman Mini
  35. Repair
  36. Sayonara Wild Hearts
  37. Shantae 5
  38. Shantae and the Seven Sirens
  39. Shinsekai Deep Sea
  40. Skate City
  41. Sneaky Sasquatch
  42. Sonic Racing
  43. Spidersaurs
  44. Steven Universe: Unleash the Light
  45. Super Impossible Road
  46. Towaga: Among Shadows
  47. UFO on Tape: First Contact
  48. Various Daylife
  49. Where Cards Fall
  50. Winding Worlds
  51. Yaga

Remember that Apple Arcade will be available from September 19 in about 150 countries. In Brazil, the service will cost R $ 9.90 per month (against US $ 4.99 in the United States) after the first month of free trials. The subscription is a family plan that can be shared with up to six members.

With information: CNET.

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