Apple Arcade offers a growing library of classics and contemporary to be enjoyed across Apple devices without in-app purchases and ads. For a monthly $4.99 subscription fee, users get to enjoy single-player games by themselves or multi-player games with family and friends. Here are the new games coming to Apple Arcade this April.
Six new games coming to Apple Arcade in April 2022
We have listed down the names and release dates of Apple Arcades’ new games coming this month.
April 8, 2022
- Sonic Dash+: Sega’s classic Sonic the Hedgehog will bring exciting endless running games for users to enjoy 3-D tracks to run and jump to collect as many coins as possible.
- Gear.Club Stradale: Developed by Eden Games S.A.S, the new Stradale will allow fans of supercars to enjoy driving their dream car, organize a club, build a collection, and much more.
April 15, 2022
- Pro Snooker & Pool 2022+: The combination of Pro Snooker 2022 and Pro Pool 2022 by iWare Designs is coming to Apple Arcade for subscribers to play realistic snooker and pool games on mobile devices.
- Construction Simulator 2: For construction enthusiasts, Apple Arcade will soon offer one of the most successful simulators on the App Store, the Construction Simulator 2. The game will allow users to build their own construction company, drive over 40 original construction vehicles, and much more.
April 22, 2022
- Moonshot- A journey home: created by Noodlecake, the upcoming is a physics-based puzzle game in which users have to use slingshot mechanics and navigational puzzles to help the lost Moon Pi to return home.
April 29, 2022
- Prune – winner of the Apple Game of the Year 2015 and TIME Magazine Game of the Year 2015 is coming to Apple Arcade. The game is centered around the beauty and joy of cultivation which allows users to grow, shape, and protect their trees.
- Apple Arcade adds new “Alto’s Adventure: The Spirit of the Mountain” game
- Jason Momoa to write and star in new Apple TV+ series about the colonization of Hawaii
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