The Apple Arcade standout is back with a huge update, including a daily mode, and we had a few questions for the game's developer.
While most developers seem happy, it's clear the service has a lot of room to grow in the future.
Apple's services had a bunch of incredible games to kick things off, but since then? Not much.
The most fun I've had not understanding anything I'm doing since 'Antichamber.'
'Grindstone' will now let you listen to other audio sources while mindlessly slaughtering enemies.
A hilarious script isn't the first thing you expect from a fighting game studio.
After being picked by Apple to attend the company's developer conference, he was given a chance to pitch them—and seized the moment.
Is the immense power of the US Military to commit violence a good thing or a bad thing? Who could say?
'Various Daylife' is a different value proposition for Apple Arcade: feeling blessed you didn't waste money buying it.
It may technically be a "golf game," but 'What the Golf' does not care what you think it is. 'What the Golf' does what it wants, and it's one of this year's funniest games.
It's not a seamless transition from an iPhone to an Apple TV, or from a touch-based interface to a controller. And cloud saves are a problem.
When it comes to developers getting paid, we don't know what we don't know.