New on Apple Arcade: September 2023

This September, Apple Arcade is set to debut four new games, offering more ad-free games free of in-app purchases with the gaming subscription.

Here’s what’s new on Apple Arcade for September 2023:

  • Cypher 007 (Releasing on September 29): Enter the world of James Bond in this unique mobile-exclusive game. As Agent 007, players will navigate through a maze of espionage, challenges, and Blofeld’s cunning plan to brainwash Bond. This top-down stealth action game lets players immerse themselves in the intense universe of Bond, competing globally via leaderboards.
  • Japanese Rural Life Adventure (Releasing on September 15): A pixel art-style life simulation game where players experience the serene Japanese countryside, engage in traditional festivals, and foster connections with the locals.
  • Junkworld (Releasing on September 22): Dive into this post-apocalyptic tower defence game. Lead the Scavenger clan, command a lineup of heroes, and utilize a variety of towers and tactics across 80 gripping stages.
  • My Talking Angela 2+ (Releasing on September 8): Join Angela in her bustling city life in this virtual pet game from the Talking Tom & Friends creators. Help Angela hone her dance skills, bake treats, craft tunes, and design jewelry.

Additionally, Apple Arcade will introduce the following updates for popular games:

  • Hello Kitty Island Adventure receives a 4.9-star rating from fans and is set to launch a “Spooky Celebration” event on September 29, welcoming new characters like Baku, Cherry, and Berry.
  • Jetpack Joyride 2 marks its first anniversary with fresh game modes and mini events.
  • Anticipate more updates for games such as WHAT THE CAR?, Cityscapes: Sim Builder, Angry Birds Reloaded, and more.

Apple Arcade costs $5.99/month in Canada and includes access for a family of six, with access to over 200 game titles across various devices.

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