Mini Motorways is one of my personal favourite games on Apple Arcade. It is truly extremely addictive with your sole challenge being able to connect houses and warehouses so cars so they could reach the destination at the right time. Getting over 1000 points to begin with was extremely challenging but as I discovered some tips and tricks, gaining a higher score became easier. To all the lovers of this game, here are a few lessons that I’ve learnt along the way. Read More
In today’s event, Apple announced its Apple One bundle that offers subscriptions from all of Apple’s services. The plans range from $14.95 to $29.95 per month that offers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50 GB of iCloud storage.
Individuals can enjoy the plan for $14.95 per month, while families can get it for $19.95 with 200 GB storage. The top-end Premier plan includes Apple News+ and the newly-announced Apple Fitness+ as well, and 2 TB of iCloud. Read More
Apple’s video game subscription service, Apple Arcade is available for a 30-day free trial period, beyond which Apple charges $4.99 per month in the US and only Rs. 99 per month in India, giving access to unlimited ad-free games. The gaming service is apparantly shifting its strategy to retain more subscribers. Apple is cancelling contracts for some games that are still in the development phase and is seeking to get on board those titles that it believes will allow it to hold on to its subscribers.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple had withdrawn contracts with multiple game production houses, saying their upcoming games did not meet their engagement standards that the company was looking for. Apple is seeking for games that would make their subscribers to keep using the service even after the trial period is over. For example, action puzzler game, Grindstone which is a multi-level match-3 puzzle game, is the kind of engaging game that Apple is looking for. Read More
Apple had announced that their subscription based gaming service Apple Arcade will launch for its users on September 19 but it seems like this service is already available for iOS 13 beta testers. These testers will have full access to Apple Arcade games which is scheduled to be launched two days from now. Read More
Apple Arcade was announced by the company back in March as a subscription-based plan for accessing any kind of App (free or paid) on the App Store for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV users. 9to5Mac got to try this service beforehand with Apple’s early access program for Apple Arcade and they discovered that the pricing would be around $4.99 per month. Read More