Apple Arcade Coming September 19th

Back in March, it was revealed that two new LEGO® games would be debuting on Apple’s new games subscription service Apple Arcade. Today during the Apple Special Event, it’s been revealed that the service will launch on September 19th. The two new LEGO titles included on Apple Arcade are LEGO Brawls and LEGO Arthouse. LEGO Brawls is a multiplayer battle game, in which you can create your own Minifigure character and do battle with others in side-scrolling platform levels. It looks a little like a cross between a Super Mario Bros game and Smash Bros. Details on LEGO Arthouse are little more scarce, it’s being developed by new Copenhagen game studio and is billed as a “narrative journey about play itself, touching deeply on the belief of we only get old because we stop playing. It’s targeted at a more mature audience, it is an expression of the value of creativity in a coming of age story, set amongst a micro LEGO world heavily inspired by our AFOL community.” 

Apple Arcade will be available on various Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac, for $4.99 per month for a family of six users. You’ll also get the first month for free. It’s also worth noting that games on Apple Arcade will not be available on other platforms, so for those hoping to play LEGO Brawls or LEGO Arthouse on a non-Apple device are going to be disappointed.

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Author: Adam White

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