Looking for more to play on Apple Arcade? Well good news, another five games have joined the service and are available right now.
The first new game is Lifelike: Chapter One, a physics simulation where you’ll create creatures made out of particles, and manipulate these creatures into swimming around. It looks quite a bit like PlayStation game Flow, with you moving creatures through what appears to be a vast ocean and interact with other creatures. You’ll get a chance to see various swarm behaviors and be mesmerized by the effects and music. Lifelike: Chapter One is an Apple Arcade exclusive.
If you’re looking for a fight, the second new game is Yaga, an action RPG taking place in a world of Slavic mythology. You’ll play as a one-armed blacksmith who needs to create himself new arms to use as weapons, and along the way get help from infamous witch Baba Yaga. While Yaga is currently only available on Apple Arcade, the game is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on November 12th. It is exclusive only in the sense that you won’t see it on other mobile devices or subscription services.
If you’re more of a puzzle guy, the third game is Tales of Memo. A puzzle RPG where you play as a fox that does battle with various monsters. Each fight sees the field littered with chests, and each chest contains a number inside of it. You’ll need to match chests with like numbers so you can cast spells and deal damage to your opponents. Also, the fox is absolutely adorable. Tales of Memo is an Apple Arcade exclusive.
If you want more of a multiplayer experience, you can grab Hogwash, a 1v3 multiplayer game. Three players find themselves as pigs, and their job is to roll around in the mud and make a mess of both themselves and the world around them. The other player is the farmhand, and his goal is to clean up after the pigs and catch them to stop the mud from spreading. Hogwash is an Apple Arcade exclusive.
Finally, you can get your action platformer on with Fallen Knight. Here you play as a robotic knight as he dodges enemies and uses his sword against them. If you manage to finish the boss fights you can even steal their abilities, not too much unlike Mega Man. Just with a sword, which is always nice. Fallen Knight is another Apple Arcade exclusive.
This brings the total number of games on Apple Arcade to 89. If that sounds like a good amount to you, the service is available for $4.99 a month.
How do you feel about this new batch of games? Going to play any of them? Do you want to cuddle the Tales of Memo fox? Let us know in the comments below!