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Call it Apple Arcade 2.0. Apple Arcade recently announced its biggest expansion yet, growing its award-winning catalog to more than 180 games. In 2019, when the mobile gaming subscription service “Apple Arcade” was first introduced to iOS device users, it won over media critics and fans for its creativity, diverse portfolio, no hidden in-app purchases and commitment to players’ privacy. Today, one subscription lets you access more than 180 incredible games that include collections like Arcade Originals, Timeless Classics, and App Store Greats; moreover, you can share your Apple Arcade subscription with (up to) six family members. Out of 32 new gaming titles, Arcade Originals—as the name suggests—brings you 11 brand new games made exclusively for Arcade like “NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition,” “Star Trek: Legends,” and “The Oregon Trail”, to name a few. Timeless Classics includes universally loved, quintessential genres with titles like “Good Sudoku by Zach Gage,” “Chess – Play & Learn,” and “Backgammon,” while App Store Greats brings some of the best award-winning games from the App Store to Apple Arcade, including “Threes!,” “Mini Metro,” and “Fruit Ninja Classic,” all ad-free and fully unlocked. It can be said that there’s an incredible variety of gameplay experiences for players of all ages. Speaking of a new category, we have also introduced a new column “Meet The Developer,” to bring you the story of an independent iOS developer Kaya Thomas, so you get to know what inspired her to code “We Read Too,” an app that helps you find children’s books by writers of color, featuring characters of color. Also, don’t forget to check out the “Threat Spotlight” report by Barracuda researchers, which highlights how cybercriminals are taking advantage of the heightened focus on the COVID-19 vaccine to launch spear-phishing attacks.

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