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Apple's gaming platform becomes part of Google's– a games service that allows gamers to stream games through the Chrome browser to a television connected to a and – and to Microsoft's streaming games with the player, much as you can stream movies over Netflix when they arrive in 2020.  However, Apple goes another way with . Instead of streaming a game, arcade players download it to their Apple device to play it. This allows playing regardless of whether the player is online or not. According to Apple, games are available exclusively for Arcade and not for other services. The subscription service will be available for all Apple devices and, according to Apple, which should result in a more varied gameplay.
Here's everything we know: and do not know – about Apple'sgaming service.
What is Apple Arcade?
Apple's App Store hosts more than 300,000 games. However, discovering games can be a challenge – and it is a goal for game developers to help users. According to Apple, this is one of the reasons for the development of Arcade, the world's first mobile game subscription, desktop and living room subscription service.
The subscription service from the start will offer more than 100 new and exclusive games that Apple is creating with the game makers. Apple emphasized that the games will not be available on other mobile devices and will not be part of other subscription services. The game types include multiplayer and AR, and Apple states that more games will be added over time.
Which games were announced?
Apple has announced that you can play more than 100 new games with an arcade subscription. Apple and game developers have so far confirmed about three dozen:
- The Artful Escape by Annapurna Interactive
- Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree by Wildboy Studios
- Beyond a Steel Sky by Revolution Software
- Box Project, by Mediocre Mel
- The Bradwell Conspiracy, by Bossa Studios and A Brave Plan
- Cardpocalypse, by Versus Evil and Gambrinous
- Doomsday Vault, by Flightless
- Down in Bermuda, by Yak & Co  Enter the construct , from directives
- Fantasian, from Mistwalker
- Frogger in Toy Town, from Konami
- HitchHiker, from Versus Evil and Mad About Pandas
- Hot Lava, from Klei Entertainment
- Kings of the Castle, from Frosty Pop
- Lego Arthouse, from Lego
- Lego Brawls, from Lego and Red Games
- Lifelike, from Kunabi Brother
- Little Orpheus, The Chinese Room
- Momomals, from Picomy
- Mr. Turtle, by Illusion Labs
- No Way Home, by SMG Studio
- Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm, by Cornfox & Bros.
- Overland, by Finji
- The Pathless, by Annapurna and Giant Squid
- Projection: First Light, by Blowfish Studios and Shadowplay Studios
- Repair, by UsTwo Games
- Sayonara Wild Hearts, by Annapurna Interactive and Simogo
- Shantae 5, by WayForward
- Sneaky Sasquatch, of RAC7
- Sonic Racing, by Sega and HardLight
- Spidersaurs, by WayForward
- UFO on Tape: First Contact, by Revolutionary Concepts
- Where cards fall, by Snowman and The Game Board
- Winding Worlds, by Ko_op
- Yaga by Versus Evil and Breadcrumbs Interactive
On which devices can I play Apple Arcade games?
iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and Apple TV devices can be used with the service. Users can access the service from a new tab in the App Store of a device.
You will download a game to play on your device. And unlike Google's Stadia games service, this is not a streaming service: any arcade game can be played offline. According to Apple, parents can use Arcade to control the gameplay time of the children.
And Arcadeif you prefer using a controller rather than a touch screen.
How much does Apple Arcade cost?
AtApple said Apple Arcade will cost $ 4.99 for unrestricted access after a one-month free trial. Apple said you will not see any advertising and will not pay extra for add-ons or game updates. Everything that comes with the subscription. And as with the magazine service a subscription for one person and six family members costs the same.
When and where does it come from?
Sept. 19, says Apple, in more than 150 countries. (This includes UK and Australia.)
What else does Apple do with Arcade?
In addition to hosting the service, Apple contributes to game development costs and works with developers to integrate their games into the service.
How much money will Apple earn with each game?
Apple did not disclose how much of a cut it will take on the service, but it typically gets a 30% share of app sales in its App Store. By comparison, Epic Games Store, owned by Fortnite receives a 12% cut, undercutting the 30% that Steam receives from its store purchases.
What about privacy?
Apple says that Apple Arcade games may not collect information about you without your consent and may not contain information about how you play the game. Look for individual permissions that allow you to control which personal information you share with whom.
Originally published on March 25th.
Updates, June 13: Additional Details; Sept. 10, adds games prize.
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