Coming soon to Apple Arcade: iOS hits Super Stickman Golf 3+ and Super Leap Day [Updated]


Super Stickman Golf 3+ is coming to Apple Arcade.
Super Stickman Golf 3+ is coming to Apple Arcade.
Photo: Noodlecake

Two more classic iOS games are coming soon to Apple Arcade: Super Stickman Golf 3+ and Super Leap Day.

Update: A third game, Ultimate Rivals: The Court, is coming soon to Apple Arcade as well.

New games arrive almost weekly at Apple Arcade, Cupertino’s ad-free, all-you-can-play gaming service. The pending arrival of Super Stickman Golf 3+ and Super Leap Day follow a recent trend in which updated or expanded versions of classic games come to Apple Arcade.

Recently, Cult of Mac wrote about a new version of Solitaire Stories as well as other games expected to arrive soon, like Angry Birds Reloaded, Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City and Doodle God Universe.

Super Stickman Golf 3+

Launched in 2011 by developer Noodlecake, the Super Stickman Golf series became a big hit on iOS. When
Super Stickman Golf 3+ arrives, Apple Arcade users can expect the golfing game’s premium features unlocked, no ads or in-app purchases, unlimited turn-based matches, all 48 golf courses included in the iOS version and more.

Super Leap Day

Super Leap Day, by Nitrome, is another popular iOS title coming to Apple Arcade. It’s a single-button platform game that promises players a “new level every day.”

Ultimate Rivals: The Court

Also Monday, Apple Arcade tweeted that Ultimate Rivals: The Court will soon arrive on the service.

“Join superstars from across the world of sports in this fast-paced, action-packed game of extreme basketball,” Apple said.

More new games on Apple Arcade

It’s impossible to know exactly how long we’ll be waiting for any of these games to arrive in Apple Arcade. If you’d like to receive an alert so you can play ASAP after launch, visit the game’s App Store listing and click the Get button.

News of these three new additions follows other recent arrivals. In addition to Cult of Mac coverage linked above, Apple Arcade said last week that Detonation Racing and Jetpack Joyride are also set to come to the service soon.

Playing requires a $4.99-per-month Apple Arcade subscription or an Apple One services bundle. (Those start at $14.99 a month and all include Apple Arcade, along with Apple TV+, Apple Music and other premium services.)

You’ll find no costs beyond that to play any Apple Arcade game, though. There are no in-app purchases or ads in the nearly 200 games on the service.