Affiliate Disclosure
If you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Read our ethics policy.

Apple Arcade's April additions include two with Apple Vision Pro support

Apple Arcade additions for April 2024

Subscribers of Apple Arcade will be able to play five new titles, with the list including "Crossy Road Castle" and "Solitare Stories" for Apple Vision Pro.

Apple's April additions to Apple Arcade were revealed on Tuesday, with five games headlining the service for the month. The list includes a few well-known game franchises, with two that will include some Apple Vision Pro features.

On April 4, three games will be added to the service, including Sega's "Puyo Puyo Puzzle Pop" returning after nearly a decade away from the App Store. Made by the same development team behind the original console game, the new version will have an original story, real-time four-player multiplayer battles, and 24 playable characters.

Also on April 4, "Super Monsters Ate My Condo+" is a return of the chaotic action puzzle title. Players have to swipe and match condos of identical colors, feeding insatiable monsters on the way.

Crossy Road Castle
Crossy Road Castle

"Sago Mini Trips+" rounds out the April 4 additions, combining four preschool games from the Sago Mini series: Road Trip, Boats, Planes, and Trains. Players can play the games to travel to various destinations, alongside Sago Mini characters.

Later in the month, on April 25, Apple Arcade will be joined by two games that will offer Apple Vision Pro support.

"Crossy Road Castle" from Hipster Whale will let players flick, twist, and pinch their fingers through dynamic levels, playable with up to four friends.

Meanwhile, traditional card players can enjoy Red Games Co's "Solitaire Stories," with the ability to summon a floating deck of cards to pass the time.

Apple Arcade is priced at $6.99 per month, and also forms part of the Apple One subscription.