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Apple showcases new Apple Arcade games in new video

Apple has showcased some of the games coming to Apple Arcade in a new YouTube video.

The company highlighted 26 of its upcoming gaming titles, which will launch exclusively on Apple Arcade, the company’s new subscription-based gaming service, next week.

During Tuesday’s keynote presentation, Apple showed off some of the titles in more details and confirmed that the gaming service would launch on September 19 in 150 countries.

The new service is priced at $4.99 per month in the United States (with similar pricing around the world) and a one-month trial will be offered to allow users to try games before a subscription.

What’s more, the $4.99 price tag is available for up to six members using Family Sharing.

What games did Apple show off in the new trailer?

  • Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm by Cornfox
  • Towaga: Among Shadows by Noodlecake
  • Mosaic by Raw Fury
  • Overland by Finji
  • Manifold Garden by William Chyr
  • Lifeslide by Block Zero
  • Where Cards Fall by Snowman
  • WHAT THE GOLF by Fun Plus
  • ChuChu Rocket! Universe by SEGA®
  • Cat Quest II by Gentlebros
  • The Enchanted World by Noodlecake
  • Hot Lava by Klei Entertainment
  • EarthNight by Cleaversoft
  • Skate City by Snowman
  • Jenny LeClue – Detectivu by Mografi
  • LEGO Brawls by Lego
  • Sayonara: Wild Hearts by Annapurna
  • Sonic Racing by SEGA®
  • Pac-Man Party Royale by Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
  • Frogger in Toy Town by Konami
  • Shinsekai: Into the Depths by Capcom
  • Cricket Through the Ages by Devolver
  • ShockRods by Stainless Games
  • Redout: Space Assault by 34BigThings
  • Super Impossible Road by Rogue Games Inc.
  • Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm by Cornfox

Apple has promised more than 100 original games as part of Apple Arcade, though it is expected that these will be added over time rather than all available at launch.

All of the titles will be available to play on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV – and games can be started on one screen and then continued on another.

Will you be subscribing to Apple Arcade? Let us know over on Twitter using @AppleMagazine and check back soon for more Arcade news, as and when we get it.

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