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Four new games have just landed on Apple Arcade. Read on to find out more about Ballistic Baseball, Manifold Garden, Things That Go Bump, and PAC-MAN Party Royale.
PAC-MAN Party Royale
Get ready for a multiplayer battle in PAC-MAN Party Royale. Four players will battle to eat pellet, gain speed, and turning each other into ghosts until there is just one person standing.
The game even calls back to thtimeassic PAC-Man glitch. If a winner isn’t decided after a certain amount of tine the maze will start to collapse in on itself.
Step up to the plate and battle in Ballistic Baseball. A real-time PvP baseball game, you’ll either try to strike the batter out or swing for the fences at the plate.
You can customize a player’s look with different bats, helmets, and uniforms. Players can also challenge friends to private matches.
Things are different in Manifold Garden. In the beautiful Escheresque word, the laws of physics don’t apply.
Gamers will explore and solve mind-bending puzzles and can even manipulate gravity to gain a new perspective and walk on any visible surface.
Things That Go Bump
Best known for its children’s educational titles, developer Tinybop is going in a scary new direction in Things That Go Bump.
At night familiar objects will come alive. You can create your own creature and battle friends. But you’ll have to watch out for house spirits. The family-friendly title will have new levels introduced ever two months. Anywhere from one to four players can play across different devices.
Subscribe to Apple Arcade
Apple Arcade is currently available for devices with iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13 installed.
You can try out the service with a one-month free trial. After that, Apple Arcade is $4.99 per month.
A subscription can be shared with up to six other members of your family with Family Sharing.
To subscribe on your iPhone or iPad, open up the App Store tab and then select the Arcade tab.
Select the Try it Free button on the top of the page.