Apple initially intended to officially launch Arcade on September 19, but the company decided to move it up by three days.
Apple Arcade will not be the only Netflix-like gaming platform hitting iOS this year. GameClub, a preservation project reviving old premium games, will launch as a subscription service.
Sensor Tower analyzed 100 top publishers by game revenue on App Store and Google Play. In Q1 2019, App Store game publishers grossed 48 percent more than their counterparts on Google Play.
On the first day of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019, Apple unveiled a number of solutions that dramatically simplifies the process of creating apps across Apple devices.
Apple will launch Apple Arcade, its subscription gaming service focusing on manually curated premium titles. Since the platform’s unveiling in March, the company has been looking for the studios to work on Apple Arcade exclusives.
“In with the old,” says mobile games startup GameClub. The company has raised $2.5 million to rerelease old premium iOS games that are no longer playable at Apple gadgets.
There can’t be too many battle royale games. Or so they thought at NetEase.
The creators of Auto Chess announced alpha test qualification for the mobile version of the game. The testing will begin on Android, with the team “actively preparing for the iOS platform”. According to the official website,…