Game developer Snowman has announced when their new title, Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City, will be released on Apple Arcade: July 16, adding to the titles that have reached the platform in recent weeks.
First released in 2018, Alto’s Odyssey is a Award-winning endless sandboard game with procedurally generated graphics, with original music, lighting and dynamic weather conditions.
In the Apple Arcade edition of the game, players will embark on a sandboarding journey to find a new biome called The Lost City to discover the secrets hidden inside, with the same gaming experience that we could already find in Alto’s Odyssey.
The success of Alto’s Odyssey and its predecessor Alto’s Adventure in 2015 lies in the realistic physique that can be enjoyed with just one finger on the screen. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like there are many differences from the original version of the classic.
Over the months, Apple Arcade more like Google’s games subscription platform, a platform where we only find games available in the Play Store but without any type of purchase.
Apple’s latest moves seem to indicate that developers are running out of ideas, that in Cupertino they have become more demanding with the titles that developers create or that directly their interest in the Apple platform. has dropped considerably.
Super Stickman Golf 3+, INKS +, Leo’s Fortune, Jetpack Joyride +, Fruit Ninja Classic +, Angry Birds Reloaded son algunos ejeplos lo demuestran.
With a price of 4.99 dollars per month, Apple Arcade offers access to a catalog of nearly 200 games without ads or in-app purchases on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.