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5 great Apple Arcade games that you may have missed

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After its launch in September, Apple Arcade has offered users of iOS, iPadOS, macOS and tvOS A great list of games. So many that it is difficult to enjoy all of them. Apple's video game platform on demand has more than 100 titles, but not all of them are of high quality.

It is for this reason that, from iPadzate, every week we bring you a selection of very interesting Apple Arcade games. In this way, you can take a quick look at the most popular games of the moment and decide in a matter of seconds if you want, or not, to download and test them on your iPhone, on your iPad, on your Mac or on your Apple TV.

It is likely that, having so many games in Apple Arcade, you have missed one of the most interesting. Then we offer you up to five games on the platform that you should definitely take a look at. And if they don't just convince you, you can always deposit them in the oblivion drawer. We start

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5 Apple Arcade games you should try


Guildings is a curious and original sper game. Extravagant, I dare to say. It is a game that perfectly combines certain RPG elements with adventure games. A lot fantasy, puzzles, fun, a good story and lovely dialogues. It takes you about 6 hours to finish it, so it's an ideal game for weekends.

Takeshi and Hiroshi

Takeshi and Hiroshi is a game that fits perfectly in Apple Arcade. It is a simple and short game. Remember that the platform is not characterized by having very top titles, but entertaining games that serve to get rid of boredom for only 4.99 euros per month. Takeshi and Hiroshi is a game with many emotions and feelings, control a game designer which aims to create an RPG masterpiece. The way in which the plot is developing is simply brilliant, if you like the theme, you will love it.


Pilgrims, a game developed by Amanita Design (Machinarium or Chuchel), will bring you an adventure point-and-click in which you will have to use a series of letters that represent characters, actions and objects to advance the story. It is like an exploration game in which you will have to find out what each card does when you place it in what place. Highly recommended, without a doubt.

Manifold Garden

If you have enjoyed the mysteries of Myst and the impossible architecture of the visual perspectives and optical illusions of Monument Valley, you are likely to end up in love with Manifold Garden. This is a title of first-person adventures that, at first, can disorient a bit, but as you go forward and explore the world every time you get more and more immersed in its mechanics. You will have to go through all kinds of impossible and infinite structures while you change the gravity to walk on walls, press hidden buttons or find new viewing angles that allow you to follow your path. As we mentioned, sometimes it can be a bit confusing game, but the truth is that precisely this is part of its charm. There are no rivals to beat, no enemies to crush, you will only face the labyrinths that recreate your brain.