What you need to know
- Solitaire Stories lands on Apple Arcade this coming Friday.
- Unique decks are matched to unique stories, making the game much more than the solitaire you played as a kid.
Apple Arcade will get itself a new solitaire game this Friday, July 2. But it isn't like the solitaire you used to play with your grandparents. Not even a little bit.
Created by Red Games Co, Solitaire Stories adds a ton of flair to what would otherwise be a game of moving cards around. Now, there are unique stories to be told as you go.
Check it out.
New stories and decks will be added monthly and daily contests and challenges will keep gamers coming back for more. Being an Apple Arcade game means there are no ads or in-app purchases as well, so you'll be playing as often and for as long as you like!
You can download Solitaire Stories from the App Store this Friday and it'll be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
You will need a $4.99 per month Apple Arcade subscription to play, however. The Apple One subscription bundle is another option as well, so keep that in mind if you're a big user of Apple Music, Apple TV+, and other Apple services.
Unlimited games, one price
Apple Arcade has over a hundred premium games with more added regularly each week. There is something here for everyone, and it only costs $5 a month for all you can game!
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