What you need to know
- 'Creaks' has launched on Apple Arcade.
- The game takes players on a puzzle-solving adventure.
- The title was designed by Amanita Design, which also has 'Pilgrims' on the platform.
Almost every week, a new title is added to Apple Arcade, and this week is no different.
'Creaks', a new puzzle adventure game, has debuted to Apple Arcade today. In the game, players till descend into a world that exists underneath their home.
The game is hand-painted and features an original score from Hidden Orchestra. Players will work to solve a multitude of puzzles in order to "uncover the great secret."
For Amanita Design, the devloper behind the game, 'Creaks' isn't their first experience working with Apple Arcade. The developer also built 'Pilgrims', a playful adventure game, for the service. The developer says that, in order to get the best experience possible when playing the game, to use a good pair of headphones so you can enjoy the carefully crafted sound design.
If you are a subscriber to Apple Arcade, you can download 'Creaks' from the App Store now. Check you the launch trailer for the game below.
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