There are now 200 games on Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade on iPhone XS Max
Apple Arcade on iPhone XS Max (Image credit: iMore)

What you need to know

  • There are now 200 games on Apple Arcade.
  • The company passed the milestone on Friday, August 6.
  • The service lets users access 200 games on Apple's App Store for just $5 a month.

Apple Arcade has passed the milestone of 200 games in its collection this week.

The breakthrough was noted by CNET on Friday, with Apple having made pretty good strides in updating its catalog in recent months.

As CNET notes Apple added 30 games in April alone and boasts some pretty cool titles like Angry Birds: Reloaded and NBA 2k21 Arcade Edition. Apple added Monster Hunter Stores to Apple Arcade Friday:

After a little wait, Monster Hunter Stories is now available as an Apple Arcade game, making it free for all Apple Arcade subscribers.Monster Hunter Stories was already available as a $20 purchase, but its move to Apple Arcade means that more people than ever can now enjoy a game that has proven popular among fans of the series.'

Friday also saw Super Stickman Golf 3 and Super Leap Day arrive on the platform, with Apple having committed to adding new games to the collection on an almost weekly basis.

Apple's own website still says the service has more than 180 games, so hasn't updated its own copy yet. All Apple Arcade games are downloadable from the App Store with one subscription and don't feature any in-app purchases. The service can also be shared with family and is available as part of the Apple One bundle.

The service also features multiple games that can be played with a controller, and titles are available across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.

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