Snoopy Takes Over Apple's Homepage for New TV+ Series, Puzzle Game 'Lumen' Added to Apple Arcade

New content is today arriving on Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade, in "The Snoopy Show" and puzzle game "Lumen." To celebrate the launch of The Snoopy Show, Apple has transformed its apple.com homepage.

snoopy show homepage

On the Apple homepage, individual sections for the iPhone 12, iPad Air, HomePod mini, and Apple TV 4K now feature small Snoopy characters and animations to promote the show's launch.

Starring the world's most famous Beagle, and his best bud, Woodstock. He's a dog like no other — whether he's flying high in the sky, or searching for treasure at the bottom of the sea, he's always up to something fun. So gather your gang, and get ready to follow along with The Snoopy Show, only on ‌Apple TV+‌.

The Snoopy Show marks Apple's second series made in partnership with WildBrain (formerly DHX Media) and its subsidiary, Peanuts Worldwide. In 2019, Apple debuted faux documentary "Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10," and "Snoopy in Space," following Snoopy and the Peanuts gang as Snoopy pursues his dream of being an astronaut.

Apple won an Emmy for Outstanding Children's or Family Viewing Program for Peanuts in Space, and it has committed to producing a range of new "Peanuts" content in the future.

Moreover, puzzle game Lumen comes to ‌Apple Arcade‌ today. Lumen comes from developer Lykke Studios, which also brought the color-mixing puzzle game "Tint" to ‌Apple Arcade‌ last year. Lumen encourages players to use light sources, lenses, and mirrors to solve puzzles.

lumen. is a puzzle game with unique mechanics, where you have to solve levels by using lights, mirrors, and lenses.

You will find yourself in the old attic of Olivia McLumen and discover her mysterious vintage lumen box. Olivia McLumen lived in Scotland over 100 years ago and was a great inventor of her time. Solve puzzles to recreate the stories of her inventions!

With carefully considered visual feedback, animations, and music, Lumen creates a distinctive atmosphere and challenges players to solve hundreds of unique puzzles.

The Snoopy Show is streaming now on Apple TV+ with a season of six episodes, and Lumen is available to download now on ‌Apple Arcade‌.

Top Rated Comments

ArPe Avatar
19 weeks ago
For a sec I thought it was Lumines, which is probably the best puzzle game of all time.
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Rafterman Avatar
19 weeks ago


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applicious84 Avatar
19 weeks ago
Snoopy!! AppleTV might finally have something worth watching <3
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kc9hzn Avatar
19 weeks ago

For a sec I thought it was Lumines, which is probably the best puzzle game of all time.
You’re not the only one. Some years back, I got my hands on a semi-bricked PSP and determined I could probably restore it to stock firmware and update to the latest firmware using the Lumines exploit. Since I definitely was gonna buy a copy of Lumines anyway, I definitely wasn’t complaining! I think there is or was an iPhone puzzle game by the creator of Lumines a few years back.

Apple TV+’s catalogue of shows is growing, and children’s programming seems to be an area Apple is really focusing on. If I had kids, I could really see the value of Apple TV+’s children’s television offerings. Certainly, I feel like it’s higher quality children’s programming than you get from other mainstream streaming services (let alone the cesspool that is YouTube for Kids), and it seems to be the only service that develops exclusive children’s programming. But, like with the rest of Apple TV+, it suffers some from the almost complete lack of back catalogue programs (children’s programming being the one area where they do have some back catalogue programs). If Apple were even to make the slightest of push towards acquiring more back catalogue content, the value of Apple TV+ to me would increase significantly. Still, it’s interesting to see what a largely legacy-free streaming service can do (though one probably wouldn’t get anywhere without a big name firm like Apple bankrolling it).
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2010mini Avatar
19 weeks ago
Nice. The wife and I will definitely watch this with our little one.
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Apple_Robert Avatar
19 weeks ago
Yay for Snoopy and the Peanuts gang. I will definitely be watching.
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