added five more games to its new on Friday. The service is available onÂ .Â
Apple Arcade launched early as part ofÂÂ in September, withÂ Â ready to play and content spanning aÂ . After iOS 13.1 became available, the service launched for other promised devices including iPads, Macs, and Apple TVs.
Here are five new games to try out:Â
Publisher: Chucklefish Games
In this dark, story-driven platformer, you’ll explore every corner of an abandoned castle, defeat enemies and a much greater evil. INMOST intertwines the journey of a knight fighting the forces of darkness, a lonely girl and a creature that feeds on sadness. All three characters are playable, according to Apple. Â
Publisher: Stainless Games
Fans of fast-paced, action racing games might like ShockRods. Whether you play with friends or play solo, the goal is to win at any cost and cause maximum destruction. ShockRods has special racing mods like Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag. You can also race more traditional matches like Shockball and Golden Ram.Â
Publisher: Skybox Labs
Stela is about a woman watching a mysterious, ancient world come to an end and learning to survive. Players will navigate treacherous terrain, outsmart dangerous beasts through puzzles, and explore haunted towns and creepy forests in this mysterious adventure.Â
Publisher: Rogue Games
Mind Symphony sets its gameplay to music for an out-of-the-ordinary gaming experience. The game is designed to impact users emotionally and mentally, with the goal of ultimately making them feel better, Apple said. If you play in Release Mode, enemy attacks are made in time with the soundtrack. You can also play in Calm Mode for a more soothing experience, which focuses more on the melody by matching the timing of the major melodic point, according to Apple.
The better you construct your robot in Decoherence, the more you stand a chance of winning. Build your bot with specific tactics to strengthen your winning strategy. You can experience multiplayer and fight alongside your bot or play solo matches in the Entropy Tribunals. Think on your feet and be ready for anything.Â Â
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