‘Cooking Mama’ is coming to Apple Arcade, along with other games developed in Japan

Three well-known games from Japanese developers are coming to Apple Arcade this month.

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This illustration photo shows the Apple App Store logo reflected from an iPhone on the back of an iMac in Los Angeles, August 26, 2021.

Apple has announced the following games: Frogger and the Rumbling Ruins June 3, Mom Kitchen: Kitchen June 17 and air tornado June 24.

Frogger and the Rumbling Ruins

Frogger and the Rumbling Ruins is the latest addition to developer Konami’s historic Frogger franchise.

Players will fight their way through puzzle-filled ruins and unravel the mysteries of ancient salients. It’s just a simple three-dimensional puzzle game that will keep players on their toes as they navigate through 100 stages with various traps and enemies around every corner.

Mom Kitchen: Kitchen

Mom Kitchen: Kitchen will bring a whole new mom who cooks experience developed by Office Create Corp. Players will unlock delicious recipes and cook them, but there’s a twist to the gameplay. Instead of selecting a recipe, players will first have to choose the ingredients and find a combination that works together. Only then can they cook them.

The only way to know what is served with the selected ingredients is to cook it. Indeed, it will bring a new challenge to the players.

air tornado

air tornado is a linear fantasy endless shooter where players will control Princess Arch and find their way through enemies to save her homeland. It will also feature music from Valensia, a Dutch artist, who has recorded 19 new songs for the game.

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Puzzle by MobilityWare+

Don’t miss this game from MobilityWare which will be released on June 10th. It features the largest and finest collection of puzzles ranging from Disney, Hasbro and more.

Players will have many categories and genres to choose from; moreover, it contains more than 29,000 puzzles.

Last year, Apple Arcade received its biggest update since its launch in 2019 with more than 30 titles added to the subscription service, which also included some highly anticipated games.

Among the big-name exclusives were classics, such as Three, Monument Valley, and more. And it’s all down to their focus on quality.

Apple Arcade offers a great alternative to the App Store that allows the world’s most talented developers to create mobile games without having to worry about monetization.

Subscribers will get all the games only for a flat monthly fee, and since its launch it has been providing a solid service. With the improvement of arcade games, the diverse and excellent range of games is nothing short of remarkable.

Despite previous reports that suggest Apple Arcade is struggling to keep its subscribers hooked, it seems that with new big games Apple always does its best and their focus on quality is nothing short of astounding.

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