Apple Arcade is getting new Cooking Mama and Frogger video games in June

Apple Arcade is getting new Cooking Mama and Frogger games in June


Apple has lined up a trio of notable Japanese builders for its June additions to Apple Arcade. As we speak the corporate introduced 4 video games coming to the subscription service subsequent month, led by Konami’s Frogger and the Rumbling Ruins (a sequel to early Arcade sport Frogger in Toy City) which launches on June third. That might be adopted by Cooking Mama: Delicacies on June seventeenth, which mixes up the cooking formulation by tasking gamers with determining components as an alternative of simply choosing a premade recipe.

Rounding out the checklist is Air Tornado, which comes out on June twenty fourth from legendary designer Yu Suzuki, who’s greatest identified for titles like Shenmue and Out Run. Right here’s the official description:

Gamers will assume the position of Princess Arch combating again in opposition to weird invaders to save lots of their planet from destruction. They’ll rain down their homing arrows to hint swish arcs of sunshine throughout stunning, artfully crafted levels, earlier than they pierce their foes. With a enjoyable and simple touchscreen swipe-shooting gameplay mechanic, the future of the planet is within the participant’s arms.

(This month can even see a jigsaw puzzle sport added to the App Retailer classics part of Apple Arcade. It launches on June tenth.)

Air Tornado.
Picture: Apple

This month’s Arcade releases included some notable video games as properly, equivalent to new iterations on Badland and Goat Simulator in addition to a kart racer starring characters from Household Man and King of the Hill. The service has additionally been house to quite a few releases from iconic Japanese sport builders because it debuted, together with Fantasian from Ultimate Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and World of Demons from PlatinumGames in addition to new or up to date entries in sequence like Castlevania, Monster Hunter, and Neko Atsume.


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