Apple Arcade Games List – all games available, what’s coming soon, and our top picks for the best Apple Arcade games

Check out this all-inclusive Apple Arcade Games list, along with our top picks for the best Apple Arcade games

Three panels showing Baldo, Monument Valley, and Fantasian as the best Apple Arcade Games

Apple Arcade is a Netflix-style subscription service that allows you to access over 200 games for a low monthly fee. In a market dominated by free-to-play games stuffed with microtransactions, advertisements, energy timers, and plenty of other nasty free-to-play, pay-to-win shenanigans, the ever-expanding catalogue of Apple Arcade games offers a breath of fresh air to pocket gamers everywhere.

As the Apple Arcade games list grows every week, subscribers are becoming totally spoilt for choice. Though not entirely a bad thing, we’ve set out to help you by putting together a master list of all of the Apple Arcade games, both available now and upcoming, in a single place so your can browse at your pleasure. We’ve also included a selection of our top picks for the best Apple Arcade games to get you started. We’ll update this regularly as new releases drop, so pop it in your bookmarks so you can refer back with ease.

If you find this useful and want more lists to explore, you should check out our articles on the best Android games and the best iOS games.


Below is a complete list of all of the Apple Arcade games currently available for you to play, from newest to oldest. There’s over 200 games at your fingertips, so prepare yourself!

Bobo from Baldo on Apple Arcade

  • Baldo
  • Tetris Beat
  • wurdweb
  • Super Leap Day
  • Detonation Racing
  • Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City
  • Angry Birds Reloaded
  • Doodle God Universe
  • Ultimate Rivals: The Court
  • Solitaire Stories
  • Frenzic: Overtime
  • Legends of Kingdom Rush
  • Clap Hanz Golf
  • Cut the Rope Remastered
  • NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition
  • The Oregon Trail
  • Simon’s Cat – Story Time
  • SongPop Party
  • Star Trek: Legends
  • Taiko no Tatsujin Pop Tap Beat
  • World of Demons
  • Fantasian
  • Wonderbox: The Adventure Maker
  • Farm it!
  • HitchHiker
  • Cozy Grove
  • Sp!ng
  • Survival Z
  • Lumen
  • Populus Run
  • NUTS
  • Spire Blast
  • Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon
  • Alba: A Wildlife Adventure
  • Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes
  • Warp Drive
  • The Pathless
  • All of You
  • Reigns: Beyond
  • South of the Circle
  • The Collage Atlas
  • The Survivalists
  • Slash Quest
  • Marble Knights
  • A Monster’s Expedition
  • World’s End Club
  • The Last Campfire
  • Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time
  • Next Stop Nowehere
  • Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows
  • The Lullaby of Life
  • Necrobarista
  • Creaks
  • Beyond a Steel Sky
  • Little Orpheus
  • Spongebob SquarePants: Patty Pursuit
  • Towers of Everland
  • Winding Worlds
  • The Otherside
  • Neversong
  • A Fold Apart
  • Beyond Blue
  • Scrappers
  • Legend of the Skyfish 2
  • Spyder
  • Roundguard
  • Crossy Road Castle
  • The Loud House: Outta Control
  • Charrua Soccer
  • Secret Oops!
  • Butter Royale
  • Kings of the Castle
  • No Way Home
  • Doomsday Vault
  • Lego Builder’s Journey
  • Ultimate Rivals: The Rink
  • Steven Universe: Unleash the Light
  • Rosie’s Reality
  • Discoloured
  • Guildlings
  • Marble It Up: Mayhem!
  • Sociable Soccer
  • Takeshi and Hiroshi
  • UFO on Tape: First Contact
  • Jumper Jon
  • Monomals
  • The Mosaic
  • Star Fletched
  • Super Mega Mini Party
  • Fallen Knight
  • Hogwash
  • Lifelike
  • Tales of Memo
  • Yaga The Roleplaying Folktale
  • Ballistic Baseball
  • Manifold Garden
  • Pac Man Party Royale
  • Things That Go Bump
  • Decoherance
  • Mind Symphony
  • ShockRods
  • Stela
  • The Bradwell Conspiracy
  • Nightmare Farm
  • Pilgrims
  • Redout: Space Assault
  • Agent Intercept
  • Addemble with Care
  • ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree
  • BattleSky Brigade: Harpooner
  • Big Time Sports
  • Bleak Sword
  • Card of Darkness
  • Cardpocalypse
  • Cat Quest II
  • ChuChu Rocket! Universe
  • Cricket Through the Ages
  • Dead End Job
  • Dear Reader
  • Dodo Peak
  • Don’t Bug Me!
  • Down in Bermuda
  • Dread Nautical
  • EarthNight
  • The Enchanted World
  • Explottens
  • Exit the Gungeon
  • Fledgling Heroes
  • Frogger in Toy Town
  • The Get Out Kids
  • Grindstone
  • Hexaflip: The Action Puzzler
  • Hot Lava
  • HyperBrawl Tournament
  • Jenny LeClue
  • King’s League II
  • Lego Brawls
  • Lifeslide
  • Mini Motorways
  • Murder Mystery Machine
  • Mutazine
  • Neo Cab
  • Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm
  • Operator 41
  • Outlanders
  • Over the Alps
  • Overland
  • Painty Mob
  • Patterned
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • Possessions.
  • Projection: First Light
  • Punch Planet
  • Rayman Mini
  • Red Reign
  • Sayonara Wild Hears
  • Shantae and the Seven Sirens
  • Shinsekai: Into the Depths
  • Skate City
  • Sneaky Sasquatch
  • Sonic Racing
  • Spaceland
  • Speed Demons
  • Spek
  • Spidersaurs
  • Stranded Sails
  • Stellar Commanders
  • Super Impossible Road
  • Tangle Tower
  • tint.
  • Towaga: Among Shadows
  • Various Daylife
  • Way of the Turtle
  • Where Cards Fall
  • Word Laces

A man playing guitar in a spaceship riding a turtle in Artful Escape


With new titles being added every week, Apple Arcade’s catalogue is constantly growing. Here are some of the games that are confirmed to be coming to Apple Arcade. We don’t have a release date for any of these yet, but we’ll be sure to update it when we find out, or when more games are announced.

  • The Artful Escape
  • Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls Enter the Construct
  • MasterChef: Let’s Cook
  • Proxi
  • Zen Pinball Party
  • Zookeeper World


With all of these games, it can be tough to pick out which ones to download and play first, right? Well we’ve got you covered. We’ve picked out our top ten best Apple Arcade Games for 2021 so far, with a range of genres – so there’s something for everyone.

A screenshot of a battle in Fantasian



A beautiful, exciting RPG brought to you by the creator of Final Fantasy, Fantasian takes you on a breath-taking adventure through nearly 160 hand-drawn dioramas populated by unique 3D characters. Harnessing the spirit of classic turn-based RPGs like Final Fantasy 6, this game offers plenty of stunning scenes and tough battles for you to explore. Check out our Fantasian review here to find out more.

A boss fight in Oceanhorn 2



Oceanhorn 2, set a thousand years before the first chapter, leads you on a magical adventure across the mystical world of Gaia, packed with deep mythology and lore. It’s easy to see some Breath of the Wild inspiration in the artstyle, and runs well on Apple products. With over 20 hours of gameplay, huge boss fights, plenty of side quests, and a heap of puzzles, there’s more than enough to keep you busy.

Main character of Sayonara Wild Hearts leaning against a bike



This thrumming music-based action game is certainly hypnotic; serving up pop beats and neon visuals as you dodge and skid through a surreal landscape following a tale of heartbreak. This is definitely an experience worth your time, though you may want to hook up a controller as touch-screen controls are not the most responsive.

ChuChu Planet! Universe puzzle planet



Sequel to the beloved Dreamcast classic ChuChu Rocket, ChuChu Rocket! Universe is a vivid stylised Sega title that has you navigating exciting space-themed puzzles. Your main mission? Save the sweet little mice and avoid the scary space cats at all costs!

Screenshot of Assemble with Care showing player fixing a watch



This neat little puzzle game combines a cool, muted colour palette with the therapeutic art of fixing up retro tech. Take the role of a globe-trotting antique restorer, intent on helping her town’s inhabitants save their most beloved possessions. Each piece is a beautiful metaphor for the fragility of emotions and memories, and the soothing, serene experience of twisting cogs and replacing screws is wonderful for those looking to relax.

Screenshot of the Little Orpheus character running across suspended platforms



Winner of the 2021 Apple Design Award, this stunning, side-scrolling platformer has you hop, skip, and jump across an alien landscape as you explore lost civilizations, undersea kingdoms, prehistoric jungles, and more. Combining the nostalgia of old-school family blockbusters with a fresh and unique setting, Little Orpheus offers up a brilliant little pocket-epic.

A house in What the Golf being putted over a mountain


Sport… Sort of?

If you are a fan of madcap, chaotic fun found in titles like Goat Simulator and I Am Bread, What the Golf? is a great choice for you. As an inventive little game that radiates an aura of anti-golf and goofiness, it will have you swinging and putting around courses with the aid of office chairs, a horse, cannons, and more. As you can see in the picture above, you’re not stuck with just gold clubs and balls, either – moving house has never been so fun!

Mutazione protagonist sat by a lighthouse on an island, with a sunset behind them



Mutazione is a hard one to describe, but it calls itself an adventure exploration game and a… Mutant soap opera? That’s pretty accurate, actually. Get involved in a tantalizing tale where small-town gossip meets the supernatural, as you tend to magical gardens, meet new friends, and uncover secrets. Featuring a rich story, lush, hand-illustrated graphics, and an ensemble of loveable mutant characters, Mutazione is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.

Screenshot of a level in Monument Valley, featuring the princess navigating a puzzle while watched by a crow person



From the same creators that brought you Assemble With Care, Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. You are tasked with guiding the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments as you uncover hidden paths, unfold optical illusions, and outsmart the enigmatic Crow People. The scenes are completely stunning, each being fit to hang on the wall of an art gallery. Reminiscent of M.C. Escher’s painting ‘Relativity’, levels consist of overlapping staircases, geometric shapes, and twisting pillars that are both intriguing and breath-taking, and fit perfectly with the simple character designs. Monument Valley is certainly a spectacle to behold.

Screenshot of Butter Royale gameplay

Butter Royale

Battle Royale

Taking the ever-growing phenomenon of Battle Royale in a fresh, delicious direction, Butter Royale has you engaging in the food fight of your life. Play solo or in squads against 21 others in snappy, fast-paced, five-minute food-fights. With a huge range of unique themed weapons, plenty of power-ups, and over 80 characters to pick from, this is a great little game to dive in and out of when you want a bit of light-hearted, tasty fun.


Apple Arcade is a Netflix-style games subscription service that provides you with over a hundred Apple Arcade games that you can play, without limits, for as long as you subscribe to the service. Each game contains none of the trappings of free-to-play, including advertisements, microtransactions, and energy timers.


Apple Arcade costs £4.99/$4.99 per month, or £49.99/$49.99 per year.

Is Apple Arcade worth it?

As with all subscription services, this answer is entirely up to you and how you like to spend your time. But with such a huge catalogue of titles and new releases coming every month, we definitely feel it is worth the low monthly low monthly price. There is such a huge range of games on offer, spanning across so many genres and styles, that there is bound to be something that peaks the interest of any iOS player. Plus, with no cancellation fee, you can dive in and out on a monthly basis – no strings attached.


You can still continue to play all Apple Arcade games from the moment you cancel your subscription until it expires.

And there we have it – everything you need to know about Apple Arcade games. We’ll continue to update this list over time, as new Apple Arcade games become available, so make sure to bookmark it so you can refer back. In the meantime, why not check out our genre-specific lists, including the best mobile RPGs and the best mobile multiplayer games, for more stuff to play outside of the big apple?

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