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Apple Arcade Games Available at Launch on September 19

By on Sep 18, 2019 at 9:14 am. Filed in News under Apple Arcade.

Apple Arcade launches tomorrow, September 19, and there's a boatload of games available at launch. Here's what you need to know.

Apple is shifting a lot of its billion-dollar focus towards a variety of new services launching this year. In addition to Apple TV+ and its new Apple credit card, Apple Arcade is what most of us gamers will be interested in. The subscription service grants customers access to a vast and expanding game library for a single monthly fee. These titles will be accessible on a variety of Apple devices, from iPhones to iPads and Apple TVs.

Apple Arcade is set to launch tomorrow, September 19, and can already be accessed by users partaking in the iOS 13 public beta. We’ve got a list of titles confirmed to be available at launch below.

Apple Arcade will cost subscribers 4.99USD or 5.99CAD per month following a one-month free trial. If you’re a fan of mobile games, or even mildly interested in playing something on your Apple TV, then this is quite a good deal. Once iOS 13 is released publicly, you’ll even be able to connect your Xbox One or PS4 controllers directly to your devices. So if the list of available games strikes your fancy, you’re in for a treat.

Apple Arcade Launch Titles

We’ve been able to confirm that the following list of titles is available on Apple Arcade at launch. In fact, if you’re in the iOS 13 public beta, you can sign up for Apple TV and start downloading any of these right now. We’ve already installed Stranded Sails, one of our Pax West 2019 favorites.

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Game TitleDeveloper
Agent InterceptPikPok
Assemble With CareusTwo
ATONE: Heart of the Elder TreeWildboy Studios
BattleSky Brigade: HarpoonerBattleBrew Productions
Big Time SportsFrosty Pop
Bleak SwordDevolver Digital
Card of DarknessZach Gage
CardpocalypseVersus Evil
Cat Quest IIThe Gentlebros
Cricket Through the AgesDevolver Digital
Dead End JobHeadup
Dear ReaderLocal No. 12
Dodo PeakMoving Pieces
Don’t Bug Me!Frosty Pop
Down in BermudaYak & co
Dread NauticalZen Studios
EarthNightcleaversoft
Exit the GungeonDevolver Digital
ExplottensWerplay Priv.
Frogger in Toy TownKonami
GrindstoneCapybara Games
Hexaflip: The Action PuzzlerRogue Games, Incorporated
Hot LavaKlei Entertainment
Jenny LeClue – DetectivuMografi LLC
King’s League IIKurechii
LEGO BrawlsLEGO
LifeslideBlock Zero Games
Mini MotorwaysDinosaur Polo Club
MutazioneDie Gute Fabrik
Neo CabSurprise Attack Games
Oceanhorn 2Cornfox & Bros
Operator 41Shifty Eye Games
OutlandersPomelo Games
Over the AlpsStave Studios
OverlandFinji
PatternedBorderleap
Projection: First LightBlowfish Studios
Punch PlanetBlock Zero Games
Rayman MiniUbisoft
Red ReignNinja Kiwi
Sayonara Wild HeartsAnnapurna
Shantae and the Seven SirensWayForward Technologies
Shinsekai Into the DepthsCapcom
Skate CitySnowman
Sneaky SasquatchRac7 Games
SpacelandTortuga Team
Speed DemonsRadiangames
Spek.Rac7 Games
SpelldrifterFree Range Games
SpidersaursWayForward Technologies, Inc.
Stellar CommandersBlindflug Studios
Stranded SailsShifty Eye Games
Tangle TowerSFB Games
The Enchanted WorldNoodlecake Studios
The Get Out KidsFrosty Pop
The Pinball WizardFrosty Pop
Tint.Lykke Studios
Towaga: Among ShadowsNoodlecake Studios Inc.
Various DaylifeSquare Enix
Way of the TurtleIllusion Labs
What the Golf?The Label
Where Cards FallSnowman
Word LacesMinimega

For those not eager to jump into any beta versions of Apple’s OS, you’ve only got one more day to wait. Apple Arcade will launch on Thursday, September 19, 2019, and include a pretty solid lineup of launch games. Will you be trying Apple Arcade out? The subscription price of 4.99USD/5.99CAD seems like a great deal given the intriguing list of titles and flexibility of devices for those already hooked to the Apple ecosystem.

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Jan Ole Peek
Reviews Editor

Jan has been playing video games for nearly 30 years and been a passionate geek for the better part of his life. He's grown to become rather cranky, however, and tends to point out the things that annoy him in games more than the things he loves.

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