5 new titles added to Apple Arcade including Fallen Knight, Lifelike and Yaga
What you need to know
- Apple has added 5 new titles to Apple Arcade.
- Titles are Fallen Knight, Yaga, Lifelike, Tales of Memo, Hogwash.
- Brings total games library up to 89.
Apple has added 5 more titles to its Apple Arcade Subscription service, as it edges ever closer to the promised total of over 100 titles.
The first new game is Fair Play Studios' Fallen Knight, where you play as a knight of the round table in a side-scrolling, futuristic platform game, where you try to stop a terrorist organization.
Next up is Yaga from Versus Evil, an RPG about a one-handed blacksmith named Ivan. It features Slavic folklore, ancient Pagan references and a Romanian hip-hop soundtrack.
Lifelike from Kunabi Bros is a hypnotic game designed to calm players who control a strange, jelly-fish looking creature.
Tales of Memo by Ten Days is a puzzle based memory game. Finally, there's Hogwash from Bossa Studios where users take on other players in a race to protect your own farm from mud and pigs whilst trying to destroy everyone elses.
Apple Arcade is available for $4.99 from Apple
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