The Apple Event opened with a new subscription gaming service called Apple Arcade. Those who subscribe will be able to download and play any games across iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple TV instead of purchasing each one. Upon launch, September 19 for iOS, more than 100 new and exclusive games will be available. The subscription will only cost $4.99 per month for a family subscription, and a free one-month trail will be available.

Three games were chosen to highlight the Apple Event. Konami's Frogger in Toy Town is an updated version of the iconic game in which you rescue friends while utilizing powerups. The game features super realistic physics and several different outfits for your frog. Capcom is coming through with Shinsekai: Into the Depths, an underwater platformer. Rounding out the announcements was Annapurna's Sayonara Wildhearts, which the developer described as a playable music video, combining racing with keeping rhythm.

Other new games will include PAC-MAN PARTY ROYALE, Rayman Mini, Skate City, and Steven Universe: Unleash the Light. (See the full list here.)

Stay tuned for even more games, and look out for launch on September 19. iPad iOS will follow September 30, with tvOS and macOS Catalina in October.

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