Apple Arcade has more than 210 games to play on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV


Apple Arcade now includes 211 games in its catalog. Apple’s $5 per month gaming subscription service will celebrate its second anniversary on Sept. 19. Since launch, the service has built up a catalog of original, exclusive games, as well as remastered favorites and classics already available in the App Store. The games already in the App Store won’t have ads or in-app purchases on Apple Arcade — any add-ons come unlocked. And there’s more still to come.



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If you’re interested in trying Apple Arcade, you can get a three-month free trial with the purchase of a new device, or one month for free if you’re signing up for the first time. Open the App Store and tap the little joystick icon at the bottom of the screen to launch the service. 

Read more: Apple Arcade is still delivering for casual gamers

Here are all the games now available to play on Apple Arcade. We update this as new games are released. 

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Agent Intercept

Developer: PikPok Games

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure

Developer: Ustwo Games

All of You

Developer: Alike Studio

Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City

Developer: Snowman



Alto's Odyssey: The Lost City offers traditional gameplay, or a relaxing zen mode. Apple


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Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City offers traditional gameplay, or a relaxing zen mode. Apple

Angry Birds Reloaded

Developer: Rovio

Aspalt 8: Airborne

Developer: Gameloft

Assemble With Care

Developer: UsTwo Games

Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree

Developer: Wildboy Studios

Backgammon

Developer: Adikus

Badland

Developer: Frogmind

Baldo: The Guardian Owls

Developer: Naps Team

Ballistic Baseball

Developer: Gameloft

Battle Sky Brigade: Harpooner

Developer: BattleBrew

Beyond a Steel Sky

Developer: Revolution Software

Read more: You can finally play Beyond a Steel Sky on Apple Arcade

Beyond Blue

Developer: E-Line Media 



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Big Time Sports

Developer: Frosty Pop

Bleak Sword

Developers: Devolver and Luis…

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