5 Fun Apple Arcade Games to Entertain and De-Stress

There’s a reason that Apple Arcade is available in all three Apple One subscription tiers. Games are fun and a great way to entertain and de-stress. Here are five Arcade games to check out.

I just started playing this one last night and I might write a review of it later. The app’s description only offer tantalizing clues of what the game is about. “The Last Campfire is an adventure, a story of a lost ember trapped in a puzzling place, searching for meaning and a way home” and “Find hope and carry it with you on your journey to light The Last Campfire.” So far I’m enjoying it.

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The Last Campfire

Do you like cats? Of course you do, don’t be silly. This is a 2D open-world action-RPG set in a fantasy realm of cats and dogs. CAT QUEST II tells the tail of two kings, brought together against their will, on a journey of paw-some discovery to reclaim their thrones.

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Each pattern begins as a sketch and you must use visual clues to reassemble its scrambled pieces.  Piece by piece, each pattern begins to come alive in increasing amounts of color and structure.  When the final piece is placed, the pattern fills the screen in full color. Inspired by jigsaw puzzles, but with a unique twist…

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Tint lets you solve puzzles by painting. Mix watercolors to match the color of the origami – all at a soothing pace and in the comfort of your own garden studio. Here are no timers, no countdowns, no points and certainly no rush, whenever you feel like a break.

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In The Lullaby of Life you are the catalyst for change in a universe currently inert but filled with potential. Explore this amazing world that combines relaxation, dexterity and agility, and help it reach its maximum splendor using the power of music to make life bloom.

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The Lullaby of Life

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