Apple Arcade added Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls and Temple Run: Puzzle Adventure on Friday. The last two releases bring the total number of games subscription service to 214 games. Subscribers can also check out updates on Star Trek: Legends, SongPop Party, and Solitaire Stories.
Here’s what you need to know about this week’s releases.
Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls
developer: Konami Digital Entertainment
Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls is a side-scrolling action game developed by Konami Digital Entertainment. The exclusive service features a range of characters from the original Gothic Fantasy series and its creators Ayami Kojima and Michiru Yamane. The game is set after the Sealing of Dracula, and you can play as Alucard, Charlotte, Maria, Simon Belmont, and more as you battle your way through Dracula’s army.
Grimoire of Souls is a new story set in the Castlevania universe with 60 levels, new equipment, and daily and weekly missions.
Temple Run: Puzzle Adventure
developer: Imangi Studios
Temple Run: Puzzle Adventure is a new version of the original platform game released in 2011. Temple Run: Puzzle Adventure is not an endless runner, but a tile-matching game. You must outsmart a demonic monkey by helping Scarlett Fox – adventurer, archaeologist and extraordinary temple runner – hunt for the Golden Idol. Discover the secrets of the ancient temple realm by creating combinations and using special tokens.
Apple’s $ 5 per month game subscription serviceThe service started in September 2019. Since then, the service has built a stack of original, exclusive games, as well as remastered favorites and classics that are already available on the App Store. The games already found in the App Store have no ads or in-app purchases in Apple Arcade and all add-ons will be unlocked. The service adds .
If you want to try Apple Arcade, you can get a three month free trial when you buy a new device or one month free when you sign up for the first time. Open the App Store and tap the small joystick icon at the bottom of the screen to start the service.