Just before Pilgrims from Amanita Design launched on Apple Arcade, three new releases hit the service after we wrapped up last week with the TouchArcade Show. I’m not sure if these three games alongside Pilgrims will be October’s new releases for Apple Arcade or whether we will get new games in a week or two. The trio of games is very interesting and pretty varied. Bossa Studios’ The Bradwell Conspiracy is something many fans on multiple platforms have been looking forward to. The narrative driven first person experience has loads of puzzles and secrets. Watch the trailer for it below:
Redout: Space Assault was originally announced for PC. The arcade shooter from 34BigThings has debuted through Apple Arcade with a PC release to follow in the future. I’m always up for more space shooter action and this one looks really good. It supports controllers right from the get go as expected. You play as Leon who is a pilot working to colonialize Mars with mankind struggling. Watch the pre alpha trailer for it below:
Nightmare Farm is the most surprising release for me. You’ve probably played a ton of Neko Atsume by now. Hit Point who brought us Neko Atsume is responsible for Nightmare Farm that is about a young girl in a nightmare world meeting unique characters to try and grow. Unlike Neko Atsume, this won’t have in app purchases despite the screenshots showcasing what looks like prime candiates for monetisation.
If you’re interested in the new games above, you can check out our dedicated forum threads in our Apple Arcade forum for The Bradwell Conspiracy here, Nightmare Farm here, and Redout: Space Assault here. Nightmare Farm is available here, The Bradwell Conspiracy is available here, and Redout: Space Assault is available here on Apple Arcade. What do you think of the additions to the service since launch?