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Apple sets off to rule mobile gaming, embracing classics and casuals – Sydney Morning Herald

Apple Arcade swells to include 180 games on mobile as the tech giant embarks on its biggest push yet to dominate the mobile video game industry.



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Apple has embarked on its biggest push yet to dominate the mobile video game industry, greatly expanding the lineup of its subscription Arcade service and shifting its focus from purely new and exclusive games to include more classic and casual mobile-focused fare.
Apple Arcade launched in 2019 and promised more than a hundred console-quality games across all Apple devices for $8 per month. Many games are funded by Apple, none contain ads or additional transactions and you can pick up where you…

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