The best games in the current Apple Arcade catalog
The start of Apple Arcade was not bad, a catalog that still had and has to grow, but that already offered some interesting titles from day 1. And not only games with which to take quick games while waiting for the subway or bus, also There are proposals to consume calmly, to spend time as if it were a triple AAA.
Of course, everything will depend on the tastes of each and the level of demand. But after these months I admit that I have found some games that I have enjoyed a lot. Although I have the feeling that something is still missing. But first, I tell you the best I've played in Apple Arcade.
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Since the first installment of Oceanhorn I have been a fan of this title. Therefore, very badly they had to do it so that the second part did not convince me, especially seeing the graphic improvement that I would have. Although I also admit that the bighead style of the first one I liked.
With a fairly complete history, city scenarios and a soundtrack that you like, Oceanhorn 2 is very much enjoyed. Of course, on iPad and with an Xbox or PS4 controller is how I think the more you get more and the experience is more satisfactory.
What The Golf?
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What The Golf? It was one of those games that didn't call me for attention at the start. You saw it too childish and with a mechanic that could give me little, but after giving it a chance my opinion changed.
It is true that it is still an easy game, simple mechanics, but very fun. For those quick games anywhere it seems perfect. Although once you put on it is easy to pass the time and not even notice.
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Pilgrims caught my attention for the visual aspect, I admit it. When I started playing it, I liked that mix with games like Monkey Island or Grim Fandango. If you like graphic adventures it is a great recommendation. Although it is to play it calmly, without any hurry. If not, the pace you have can be slow and boring.
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There are many platform games with pixelated graphics, both on iOS and other platforms. Inmost in this aspect it does not break molds and some failures that it presents the same make some rule out playing it, but it is fun and combines very leisurely phases with others of more frenetic rhythm. In addition, it has three characters that have their own characteristics and that affects how you play with each one.
Lego Builder´s Journey
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Finally, the most recent one I've tried has been Lego Builder´s Journey. This is a game similar to the popular Monument Valley. As I have few phases I do not have a very trained opinion but on a graphic level I can say that it is a real delight. Very careful levels and taste for the details that attract attention.
Why I will stop paying for Apple Arcade
By 4.99 euros a month Apple Arcade does not seem like a bad service at all, nor does it have a bad price either. At the rate that is growing its catalog I think its evolution is being good. The problem is that if you don't play a certain number of hours a week at the end it doesn't compensate.
As with other subscription services such as Netflix, HBO, etc., they are to be used regularly. If not, you start adding subscriptions and end up paying a significant amount per month. So, until I am sure that I am going to dedicate certain hours to the week or I agree with a holiday period, I think I will stop paying it.