Children and their parents can enter Rosie’s Reality, a game where they’ll guide this miniature robot through a series of puzzles by building paths with blocks that resemble virtual Legos.
This latest addition to the Apple Arcade service is the only new title out this week now that its total number of games has passed 100.
Enter Rosie’s Reality, and you might just learn something before it’s done
The developers, RosieReality, say that:
Rosie’s Reality is a puzzle inspired by what the world could look like in 2048. It’s a fun family experience that needs communication and quick thinking.
Guide Rosie, a shy yet spirited rescue robot, on an extraordinary mission to recover a series of misbehaving, malfunctioning and exploding robot assistants.
The description for this game also promises an Augmented Reality experience, but that doesn’t seem to have made it into the version released today.
Check out the latest game to drop today: Rosie’s Reality
Play it onscreen, or use Augmented Reality to step inside and guide Rosie through her adventure to recover fellow robots.
— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) November 15, 2019
Rosie’s Reality is available exclusively through Apple Arcade. It can be downloaded now.
More about Apple Arcade
A subscription to Apple Arcade costs $4.99 a month, and currently offers unlimited access to 104 games. And there are no other fees — in-app purchases and ads are banned from Apple’s gaming service.
All offerings are playable on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac, with a player’s game state jumping from device to device as they switch. Plus, many titles support Xbox and PS4 controllers, not just touchscreens and keyboards/mice.