In a matter of a few years, Apple Arcade has become the place to find fun puzzles and indie games. For Rs 99 a month, Apple’s marquee subscription-based gaming service offers some excellent classic games, as well as exclusive titles. And the best part of Apple Arcade: you can play games without ads and microtransactions in which players pay for add-ons. With over 200 games, Apple Arcade is home to some family-friendly multiplayer games to story-driven adventures. Here are five new games recently added to Apple Arcade.
Doctor Who: An Unlikely Heist
Doctor Who: An Unlikely Heist, set in the Doctor Who universe, is an adventure game where players will play as the Thirteenth Doctor as they solve mysteries, search for hidden items, discover secret rooms, and solve mysteries around London. The game has been developed by Tilting Point in partnership with the BBC. Doctor Who: An Unlikely Heist combines the quest genre, science-fiction and detective work. The game can be played on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, and Mac.
ICYMI: Doctor Who: An Unlikely Heist is now available!
Grab your sonic screwdriver, it’s time to crack the case! Solve @bbcdoctorwho mysteries, search for hidden items, complete quests, and more in this epic adventure.
— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) April 9, 2023
Human: Fall Flat+
505 Games’ Human Fall Flat is a clever platformer that uses advanced physics to present the player with tough problems they complete each level. It comes with 21 levels to play. The game is a blend of funky physics and dreamlike floating worlds. Human Fall Flat is a remake of Human: Fall Flat, a cult puzzler platformer which has sold over 40 million copies worldwide since its launch in 2016.
🧩 New App Store Great 🧩@HumanFallFlat+ is one of the wobbliest, wackiest puzzle games around. Join with friends to climb, pull, and fall through hilariously fun physics puzzles.
— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) March 31, 2023
Kimono Cats is an adorable social title with mini-games. In Kimono Cats, you play the role of a cat alongside a companion as both take part in a Japanese festival called Matsuri. There are a variety of mini-games to play where players can earn coins. The coins then can be used to purchase houses, shops, and decorative objects to design and build their own little village. HumaNature Studios, a small indie game studio located in Lahaina, Hawaii, is behind Kimono Cats.
— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) March 16, 2023
Osmos+ is a cosmic game of survival with unique physics-based play, stellar graphics and an electronic soundtrack. The game challenges you to grow yourself by absorbing tiny particles called motes. Cosmos+ includes 50 levels and more bonus content across several ambient worlds such as Solar, Antimatter, Warped Chaos and Epicycles. The original Osmos launched in 2009 and has been a fan-favourite on Apple devices.
❓ New App Store Great ❓
Six suspects. Nine rooms. One question: Whodunnit? Get to the bottom of things in Clue: The Classic Mystery Game+ from @MarmaladeGames.
— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) March 24, 2023
Last but not least is Clue, a board game that can be played alone with AI opponents or with other players. Marmalade Studio, best known for digital versions of classic board games like Monopoly and Battleship, is behind Clue. The game is an adaptation of the classic Hasbro board game.