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Warped Kart Racers and Cityscapes: Sim Builder Offer Spatial Gaming Experiences on Apple Vision Pro

Warped Kart Racers and Cityscapes: Sim Builder Offer Spatial Gaming Experiences on Apple Vision Pro

Apple Arcade is set to release two new Apple Vision Pro-optimized games. Animated racing game Warped Kart Racers is available today, while the city development game Cityscapes: Sim Builder is set for a July 3 release.

Apple Arcade players with Apple Vision Pro can boost their way into a whole new dimension in the raucous racing game Warped Kart Racers, releasing today on the service. Spatial titles on Apple Vision Pro deliver new gameplay experiences that blend digital content with the physical world. In Warped Kart Racers, players take control of some of their favorite 20th Television animated characters from American Dad!, Family Guy, King of the Hill, and Solar Opposites, using their hands to steer, drift, and throw objects as if driving a real kart in single-player and multiplayer matches.

On July 3, Cityscapes: Sim Builder, the Apple Arcade Game of the Year and Apple Design Award finalist, is expanding its gameplay into the player’s living room. With a new view of the city, players have the perfect bird’s-eye view to manage their city as mayor, making meaningful decisions that impact the health and happiness of their citizens. They’ll use their hands to lay down roads, build neighborhoods, and ultimately grow their city into a thriving, profitable, and sustainable place to live.

Both games are already available on existing Apple devices through ‌Apple Arcade‌, but the update will also allow them to be played using the Vision Pro’s hand gestures and eye controls. Warped Kart Racers players will use their hands to steer, drift, and throw objects. In Cityscapes: Sim Builder, players can use hand movements to lay roads and build neighborhoods.

Several ‌Apple Arcade‌ games are available on the Vision Pro, including Crossy Road Stories, What the Golf, Game Room, and Super Fruit Ninja. Apple has also released content updates for two Vision Pro games, Gibbon: Beyond the Trees and Bloons TD 6+.

  • Gibbon: Beyond the Trees: Players embark on a beautiful, heartfelt adventure when a family of gibbons find themselves lost in a dangerous world. The update adds the Liberation game mode, game controller support, and daily runs to compete with friends on the Game Center leaderboards.
  • Bloons TD 6+: The popular tower defense game adds a new hero, Rosalia, armed with lasers, grenades, and a jet pack. Players can also help Dr. Monkey in a new quest, and in a new event called Boss Rush, they’ll face multiple bosses on a series of islands that offer huge player rewards.

Pricing and Availability

  • Apple Arcade is available for $6.99 (U.S.) per month with a one-month free trial. Customers who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV receive three months of Apple Arcade for free.
  • Apple Arcade is part of Apple One’s Individual ($19.95 U.S.), Family ($25.95 U.S.), and Premier ($37.95 U.S.) monthly plans, with a one-month free trial.
  • Arcade Originals are playable across iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Vision Pro. App Store Greats are available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Vision Pro.
  • An Apple Arcade subscription gives a family of up to six unlimited access to all the games in its catalog.
  • Availability for the 200+ titles across devices varies based on hardware and software compatibility. Some content may not be available in all areas.