This morning, Apple announced 30 new titles for Apple Arcade, bringing the total to 180 games as part of the $5/month service. Some of these games are new, and some are … not.
John Voorhees at MacStories has details:
Second, Arcade includes two new game categories: Timeless Classics and App Store Greats, which are a big collection of all-time favorite iOS games that are now available at no extra cost as part of an Arcade subscription on the iPhone and iPad and differentiated from other titles with the addition of a ‘+’ in their titles. Games included in the category include Zach Gage’s Good Soduku, Mini Metro, Fruit Ninja Classic, Badland, Blek, Flipflop Solitaire, Reigns, Monument Valley, and more. It’s an impressive list of classics that that is great to see spotlighted by Apple and preserved.
I like this direction, and hope to see Apple Arcade be able to bring back more dead-and-gone iPhone games — especially if Flight Control makes the cut.