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Temple Run: Legends, Vampire Survivors+ coming to Apple Arcade next month

Apple is adding three new games to its gaming subscription service, Apple Arcade, next month. The titles include roguelike survival RPG Vampire Survivors+, level-based runner Temple Run: Legends and Apple Vision Pro spatial title Castle Crumble. Temple Run: Legends and Vampire Survivors+ will be added to the service on August 1, while the Vision Pro title will arrive later on August 29, the iPhone maker announced Tuesday. Here’s a look at all three games coming to Apple Arcade in August:

Temple Run: Legends

Temple Run: Legends, the first level-based runner in the popular Temple Run franchise, is launching exclusively on Apple Arcade. The game introduces new gameplay modes and challenges on top of the classic infinite run mode. Players can run, swim and jump through 500 levels in the story mode. Temple Run: Legends also features diverse environments and an all-new cast of characters.

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Temple Run: Legends will feature over 500 levels
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Vampire Survivors+

Vampires Survivors, the popular roguelike survival RPG from Poncle, first released on Mac, Windows, Xbox consoles, and mobile platforms in 2022. The game is already available to play on iOS , but Apple Arcade will release an ad-free version of the game next month. Vampires Survivors is deceptively simple, both in its gameplay and pixelated visuals, but the addictive loop of slaying creatures and demons while trying out different characters and weapons never gets old. The game also comes with a multiplayer mode where up to four players can play together on the same device by connecting their game controllers.

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Vampire Survivors Launching in 2022
Photo credit: Poncle

Crumble Castle

Apple is expanding the game library for its expensive mixed reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro. As the name suggests, Castle Crumble, a spatial title, lets players tear apart castles using gestures. Using swipes and finger gestures, players can engage in physics-based destruction and solve puzzles. The game features various biomes filled with enemy fortresses. Players can use gestures to address castles’ weaknesses and use the tools at their disposal to take them down, all from the comfort of their living rooms.

Temple Run: Legends and Vampire Survivors+ will be released on Apple Arcade on August 1, while Castle Crumble will be available to play on the Vision Pro from August 29. All three games will be available to Apple Arcade subscribers at no additional cost. Apple’s game subscription service, which now has over 200 titles, costs Rs. 99 per month.


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