The range of games available on Apple Arcade, Apple's "all you can eat" service, where you pay a fixed monthly subscription to play all the titles available in the catalog, continues to expand. Each game can be downloaded and played completely offline (with obvious exceptions for components such as internet multiplayer), does not include in-app purchases or additional advertising.
The week's addition is World's End Club, which is quite clearly Japanese. It is developed by IzanagiGames, and is an action adventure with a quality narrative sector, say the developers, which tells the story of a group of twelve 12-year-olds who must make a journey of 1,200 (or 12 hundreds?) of km and fight for their survival in an underwater amusement park. Read the description of the App Store:
- Simple controls (sic)
- A mix of 2D sliding action puzzle and adventure.
- A web of stories in which the following destinations will depend on the player's key choices.
- 12 characters with a strong personality!
- Famous places of Japan
- The story takes turns… unexpected
Like all the other games in the catalog, World's End Club is available exclusively on Apple Arcade for the Apple platforms (in this specific case Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV). We have no news on the eventual landing on Android, but the developers have said it will arrive on the Nintendo Switch next spring. The link on the App Store is available by following the SOURCE item at the bottom.
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