Apple today added a new game to its Apple Arcade gaming service, introducing Doomsday Vault, a post-apocalyptic adventure game that tasks players with saving the plant life remaining on earth.

The aim of the game is to investigate desolate landscapes, abandoned buildings, and flooded cities to find seeds for critical plant species, taking them back to the Doomsday Vault.

The game, designed by Flightless Limited, features challenging puzzles, 3D environments, and helpful plant information, according to the App Store description.

Doomsday Vault, like all ‌Apple Arcade‌ games, can be downloaded and played by anyone with an ‌Apple Arcade‌ subscription. ‌Apple Arcade‌ costs $4.99 per month and allows up to six members of a family to play.

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Rychiar Avatar
44 months ago
Apple Arcade is due for a mindless violent first person shooter
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GeneralChang Avatar
44 months ago

Apple Arcade is due for a mindless violent first person shooter
Okay actually, yeah. That's kinda what's missing amidst all the indie art pieces, clever little puzzle games, unique platformers, rhythm action, and RPG's, is something that you actually can just kinda mindlessly play. Shock Rods is the closest they have in there, but it's PvP and requires way more strategic thinking than I'm sometimes prepared to bring.
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