Apple Arcade: Full List of Games You Can Play Now

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Apple Arcade is now out and we’re updating our list of games available on Apple’s gaming platform with all the titles that you can play right now. And, as you will see for yourself, this really takes the mobile games market to a whole new level.

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With many exclusives available, as well as premium games that you will simply fall in love with, Apple Arcade seems to be the winner when it comes to subscription services on mobile (when comparing it to Google Play Pass, which has a much larger list of games and apps available).

But sometimes, it’s all about the quality and not just quantity: so let’s not waste a single second and instead let’s check out a full list of games available on Apple Arcade now! (We’re listing them in a random order for now, but we’ll make it alphabetical soon, so it is easier to follow)

Where Cards Fall

by Snowman & The Game Band

This game is going to challenge your strategic thinking and puzzle solving skills. It combines a captivating narrative which follows the protagonist’s emotions and insecurities, with challenging puzzles to make you fall in love with both the game and the hero!

The Pathless

by Annapurna Interactive & Giant Squid

I have to admit this is one has caught my attention for a while: in this game the protagonist are a hunter and an eagle, who are tasked to dispel a curse that grips the world. The whole game is set in a fantastic environment, filled with mythical beasts and encounters that will keep you on your toes at all times.

LEGO Brawls

by LEGO & RED Games

In LEGO Brawls players will create their own LEGO (mini) characters and collaborate with their team mates in order to do what one LEGO master does: build. You will build and control machines, battle for supremacy and wins, and make them remember you! All of this is happening in the well known LEGO universe, so show them who’s got the best bricks!

Hot Lava

by Klei Entertainment

If you haven’t played “the floor is lava” while you were a kid, it’s not too late to do it now! In this game you will have to jump, climb and do anything in your power to avoid the floor – because it is lava! 

Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm

by Cornfox & Bros.

A whole new (reimagined) world where the knights rule and the dungeons are full of treasures ready to be looted, this game will let you fight mythical monsters and creatures, explore, and engage with all kinds of abilities. The game is set 1000 years before the original Oceanhorn, so it’s a sequel that will take you back to the origins!

Beyond a Steel Sky

by Revolution Software

In a dystopian future, somewhere in Union City, you will fight to hack through the city’s AI system and solve the thrilling puzzles waiting ahead. With some amazing graphics and compelling characters, you will hack your way through the challenges and have your way with the system.

But of course, that’s not everything! There are a ton more games to explore, so let’s go through them, shall we?

– Yaga by Versus Evil & Breadcrumbs Interactive

– Doomsday Vault by Flightless

– Projection: First Light by Blowfish Studios & Shadowplay Studios

– Spidersaurs by WayForward

– LEGO Arthouse by LEGO System A/S

– Monomals by Picomy

– Winding Worlds by KO_OP

– Frogger in Toy Town by Konami

– Kings of the Castle by Frosty Pop

– No Way Home by SMG Studio

– Cardpocalypse by Versus Evil & Gambrinous

– Sonic Racing by SEGA & HARDlight

– Repair by ustwo games

– HitchHiker by Versus Evil & Mad About Pandas

– Sneaky Sasquatch by RAC7

– Enter The Construct by Directive Games Limited

– The Bradwell Conspiracy by Bossa Studios & A Brave Plan

– UFO on Tape: First Contact by Revolutionary Concepts

– Sayonara Wild Hearts by Annapurna Interactive & Simogo

– Mr. Turtle by Illusion Labs

– ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree by Wildboy Studios

– Overland by Finji

– Down in Bermuda by Yak & Co

Grindstone by Capybara Games Inc

Sonic Racing by SEGA

Agent Intercept by PikPok

Assemble with Care by ustwo games

ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree by Wildboy Studios

BattleSky Brigade: Harpooner by BattleBrew

Big Time Sports by Frosty Pop

Bleak Sword by Devolver

Card of Darkness by Zach Gage

Cat Quest 2 by The Gentlebros.

ChuChu Rocket! Universe by SEGA

Cricket Through the Ages by Devolver

Dead End Job by Headup GmbH

Dear Reader by Local No. 12

Dodo Peak by Moving Pieces

Don’t Bug Me by Frosty Pop

Dread Nautical by ZEN Studios

EarthNight by cleaversoft

Exit the Gungeon by Devolver

Explottens by WeRplay

Fledging Heroes by Subtle Boom

Hexaflip: The Action Puzzler by Rogue Games

HyperBrawl Tournament by Milky Tea Limited

Jenny LeClue – Detectivu by Mografi

King’s League II by Kurechii

Lifeslide by Block Zero

Mini Motorways by Dinosaur Polo Club

Murder Mystery Machine by Blazing Griffin

Mutazione by Die Gute Fabrik

Neo Cab by Fellow Traveller

Operator 41 by Shifty Eye

Outlanders by Pomelo Games

Over the Alps by Stave Studios

These are all the games that we currently know about, but knowing Apple there might be a lot more coming, so if you have a game that you are looking forward to seeing, don’t lose hope yet! 

Don’t forget that all of these games will be ad-free, without IAPs and ad tracking for the Apple Arcade subscribers, so if you want a safe and secure game to play (or to let your children play), then I think we’ve given you enough titles here! 

Are you excited for any of these games? For all of them? Let us know down in the comments below! I sure can’t wait to see how The Pathless will play out! 

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Cristina Mesesan
I have been playing games ever since I can remember. My passion for video games and especially pixel graphic games must have started back when I was little, because every time I try a new game with pixel graphics I immediately fall addicted to it! I started writing about mobile games in November 2018, focusing on creating in-depth guides for the most popular titles out there. Other than games, I am also passionate about design, and working on my very own pixel game in my free time.

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