Apple previews 26 Apple Arcade titles in just 100 seconds

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Sayonara Wildhearts on Apple Arcade
Coming soon to Apple Arcade is Sayonara Wildhearts, a music-heavy mix of rhythm-based game and high-speed racer.
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There are over 100 games exclusively coming to the Apple Arcade all-you-play service next week, and a new video includes quick demos of a couple dozen of them.

Watch it now:

Apple description for “Apple Arcade — Let the games begin” says “Here’s an in-depth look at some of the 100+ games coming to Apple Arcade this fall.”

There were 26 titles highlighted, along with the timestamp when they appear:

[00:00] “Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm” by Cornfox
[00:04] “Towaga: Among Shadows” by Noodlecake
[00:04] “Mosaic” by Raw Fury
[00:04] “Overland” by Finji
[00:05] “Manifold Garden” by William Chyr
[00:05] “Lifeslide” by Block Zero
[00:06] “Where Cards Fall” by Snowman
[00:06] “WHAT THE GOLF” by Fun Plus
[00:06] “ChuChu Rocket! Universe” by SEGA®
[00:07] “Cat Quest II” by Gentlebros
[00:07] “The Enchanted World” by Noodlecake
[00:07] “Hot Lava” by Klei Entertainment
[00:20] “EarthNight” by Cleaversoft
[00:30] “Skate City” by Snowman
[00:42] “Jenny LeClue – Detectivu” by Mografi
[00:53] “LEGO Brawls” by Lego
[01:08] “Sayonara: Wild Hearts” by Annapurna
[01:22] “Sonic Racing” by SEGA®
[01:24] “Pac-Man Party Royale” by Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
[01:26] “Frogger in Toy Town” by Konami
[01:27] “Shinsekai: Into the Depths” by Capcom
[01:29] “Cricket Through the Ages” by Devolver
[01:31] “ShockRods” by Stainless Games
[01:32] “Redout: Space Assault” by 34BigThings
[01:33] “Super Impossible Road” by Rogue Games Inc.
[01:34] “Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm” by Cornfox

Apple Arcade is surprisingly affordable

Apple‘s gaming service is going to cost just $4.99 a month, and everything included will be playable on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV, with a player’s game state jumping from device to device as they switch devices.

Apple recently added support for one model of Xbox controller, as well as the PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller, which should make playing significantly easier.

After paying the monthly subscription fee, players won’t be faced with in-app purchases, additional fees or in-game advertising. Games will be downloaded to devices, not streamed over the internet.

Apple Arcade will debut a week from today, Sept. 19. There’s a one-month free trial offer.