Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City is now accessible on Apple Arcade

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Though it looks as if the sport was solely simply introduced, Toronto-based Snowman and U.Okay.-based studio Land & Sea‘s Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City is now accessible solely on Apple Arcade.

This new model of Alto’s Odyssey options an extra surroundings that features canyons, temples and extra. A quick trailer launched a number of weeks in the past provided a glimpse of the brand new world and a mysterious half-moon-shaped glowing object.

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The recreation is playable through Apple Arcade on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.

While the Apple Arcade’s launch lineup included few notable titles, the subscription service has grown considerably during the last yr. It now contains over 200 titles like Mistwalker’s Fantasian, Crossy Road Castle (belief me, it’s nice), EarthNight, Toronto-based Capy’s Grindstone and extra.

In Canada, Apple Arcade prices $5.99 per 30 days.

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