Apple Arcade has added 20 new games to their lineup, including What The Car?, a title that takes the concept of racing games to a whole new level. Instead of wheels, this game has legs.
The expansion includes games that are already popular on the App Store like Temple Run and Limbo, along with a number of new games. One of the most interesting new additions is What The Car?. This game was developed by Triband, the team behind What The Golf? and What The Bat?.
What The Car? is unlike any other racing game on the market. Instead of using wheels, you control a car that has a pair of legs instead. As you race around a track, your car’s legs move to propel it forward. You must navigate obstacles and defeat other racers along the way.
The game is incredibly fun and provides a unique twist on the traditional racing game experience. The levels are well-designed, the controls are easy to use, and the graphics are eye-catching.
In addition to What The Car?, Apple Arcade added a variety of other games as part of the expansion. These include:
- TMNT Splintered Fate, a top-down roguelike reminiscent of Supergiant Games’ Hades
- Disney’s Spellstruck, a crossword-style word game
- Cityscapes: Sim Builder, a mobile take on the city builder genre
- Farming Simulator 20, a mobile version of the acclaimed simulation series
- Kingdom Two Crowns, a side-scrolling strategy game
- Chess Universe
- Disney Coloring World
- Disney Getaway Blast
- Getting Over It
Apple Arcade is a mobile subscription service available to anyone who owns an Apple device. It costs $5 a month and provides access to over 200 games. The service has become increasingly popular since its launch and is considered one of the best mobile game subscription services currently available.
The Future of Mobile Gaming
What The Car? and the other games added to Apple Arcade are just a few examples of the innovative games that are being released on mobile platforms. As technology continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more creative and exciting games that push the boundaries of what we thought was possible on a mobile device.
Mobile gaming is no longer considered a second-rate experience. With the addition of games like What The Car?, it has become a legitimate platform that is capable of delivering incredible gaming experiences no matter where you are.