Apple Arcade Now Has 100 Games With Addition of New Titles Today, Including 'Guildlings'

Apple Arcade today added six new games to the subscription service, all available to play on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV (via Engadget):

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  • Discolored by Shifty Eye: A surreal, first-person puzzle adventure game that tasks you with restoring the color to a once-vibrant world.

  • Guildlings by Sirvo Studios: A story-driven episodic adventure from the maker of Threes, telling a lighthearted coming-of-age fantasy story about a group of friends on a mythical quest.

  • Sociable Soccer by Rogue Games: A fast-paced, cross-platform soccer game that includes gameplay on the soccer field and also a full team management system.

  • UFO on Tape: First Contact by Revolutionary Concepts: An AR game that puts you in the shoes of a UFO hunter.

  • Takeshi & Hiroshi by Oink Games: A 1-hour long short story about two brothers, taking place in the real world and inside of a role playing game that one of the brothers is making.

  • Marble It Up: Mayhem! by The Marble Collective: A puzzle game where you have to safely navigate a marble across vast and treacherous landscapes.

All six games are available to play on ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPad‌, and ‌Apple TV‌, with Discolored, Guildlings, and Sociable Soccer also available on Mac.

With the addition of these six games, ‌Apple Arcade‌ has now reached 100 total games on iOS and tvOS, and 92 on macOS. Apple has been adding new games to ‌Apple Arcade‌ over the weeks, following the service's launch on September 19.


With a $4.99/month subscription to ‌Apple Arcade‌, you can gain unlimited access to these 100 games for ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPad‌, and ‌Apple TV‌ (as well as many on the Mac). If the game is on ‌Apple Arcade‌, it does not have any in-app purchases or ads of any kind.

Top Rated Comments

iMi Avatar
58 months ago
I’m starting to suffer from “subscription fatigue” with so many paid services now.
Score: 28 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Glockworkorange Avatar
58 months ago
If you're into quirky games nobody else would make? Apple Arcade is for you.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fmcshan Avatar
58 months ago
I would be all for an Apple subscription bundle with iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, and Apple Arcade all bundled in. Or maybe Apple could develop a bundle where you pick certain services at one time. Just a thought...
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
keysofanxiety Avatar
58 months ago

Honestly been very disappointed with Apple Arcade. Does its cancel your access immediately or do you need to wait till the end of the month to cancel. I play more of the normal games like Clash of Clans and pay the $5 a month for the perks there. More enjoyable, more friends are on it, and established.
Clash of Clans? That cancerous freemium pay-to-win game that’s engineered to perfectly encourage a cycle of addiction and IAPs? Those are the very games Apple Arcade is trying to avoid.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
benshive Avatar
58 months ago

I’m starting to suffer from “subscription fatigue” with so many paid services now.
There's something that I hate about adding monthly payments to my life, even if I think it's worth what I'm paying. My only subscriptions are Apple Music (which gives me Apple TV+ for free) and Netflix. I'm probably going to end up cancelling Netflix ?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jeaz Avatar
58 months ago
I've been pleasantly surprised about the Arcade. Didn't have high hopes before, but there's been really nice games in there so you are easily getting your 5 bucks a month value. The key question is how they'll keep up over time.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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