'Where Cards Fall' joins Apple Vision Pro games lineup for Arcade members

Where Cards Fall on Vision Pro
(Image credit: The Game Band)

While Apple's Vision Pro headset hasn't gone international yet (we could see an announcement to that effect at WWDC 2024), it's felt a lot like it's focused on productivity and experiences since it launched earlier this year.

That's no bad thing and has helped it stand out from the pack of other VR headsets, but as we opined only today, we can't help but wonder if it needs more games to play on it.

Perhaps Apple had a similar thought, as Where Cards Fall, the highly-regarded puzzle game from developer The Game Band, has made an appearance on Apple Vision Pro, launching today for Apple Arcade subscribers.

Vision Pro near a keyboard.

(Image credit: Brady Snyder / Future)

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Hardly a new release, When Cards Fall has already been around for a while and as such is available on multiple platforms, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Steam. It also won an Apple Design Award back in 2020.

Naturally, the shift to a headset means that the game plays quite differently from using a touchscreen, and the game being a spatial puzzle game, now played via Spatial Computing, feels quite apt.

Players use cards to construct scenes and piece together memories, and it now supports 3D depth with new custom Vision Pro controls, too, and there are more than 50 puzzles for you to work your way through.

As things stand, the game is an Apple Arcade exclusive, so you'll need to subscribe to the service, or Apple One, to be able to play.

Apple Vision Pro | $3499 at Apple

Apple Vision Pro | $3499 at Apple

Apple's headset heralds a new era of "Spatial Computing", offering the opportunity to peer into your videos or watch movies on an enormous screen.

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Lloyd Coombes

Lloyd Coombes is a freelance writer with a specialism in Apple tech. From his first, hand-me-down iMac, he’s been working with Apple products for over a decade, and while he loves his iPhone and Mac, the iPad will always have his heart for reasons he still can’t quite fathom. Since moving from blogging to writing professionally, Lloyd’s work can be found at TechRadar, Macworld, TechAdvisor and plenty more. He’s also the Editor in Chief at GGRecon.com, and on the rare occasion he’s not writing you’ll find him spending time with his son, or working hard at the gym (while wearing an Apple Watch, naturally). You can find him on Twitter @lloydcoombes.