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Apple Arcade Finally Releases Fantasian and Wonderbox

Apple Arcade celebrated a huge Friday. The $5-a month gaming service released Fantasian, the brand-new RPG by Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sachaguchi and Mistwalker and Wonderbox The Adventure Maker from Aquiris. Both games were unveiled during Apple Arcade's September 2019 launch. The platform also included NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition. In addition the service has also announced another 30 titles that are available today.


Both Wonderbox and Fantasian launched in selected countries just before reaching the US for Apple Arcade subscribers. Fantasian shares its launch day with that of Final Fantasy VI 27 years before, according to an official tweet from Sakaguchi. Final Fantasy VI was an inspiration for Fantasian, Sakaguchi told CNET.


Fantasian RPG legend Sakaguchi has kept players fed over the past few years with updates on the development of Fantasian's game, screenshots, concept artwork and more on his social media site. Sakaguchi, Mistwalker started hints in January that the brand new mobile RPG would be launched this year.


Read the interview of CNET's Sakaguchi here: Final Fantasy creator returns to nostalgic roots in Apple Arcade's Fantasian


Fantasian's story centers on Leo, the young protagonist who lost all his memories after an explosion in a hybrid magic technology plant. After being awakened in an era that is dominated by machines, Leo sets out on the search for his missing father , with just one clue: a repeating vision of an innocent woman. Leo meets Kina she is the woman whom he had wanted to meet when his arrival in En, the dusty frontier town.


They set out on an adventure to find Leo's memoriesand uncover their destiny. The multi-dimensional adventure unravels Leo's past as well as other mysteries, making it more difficult to keep order and order.


Fantasian has over 150 handcrafted dioramas that make up the game's setting. It also includes a stunning soundtrack by Nobuo Uematsu, a legendary Final Fantasy composer.


Wonderbox: The Adventure Maker Brazilian gaming studio Aquiris' Wonderbox. The Adventure Maker, formerly known as the Box Project, joined Apple Arcade's vast games catalog on Friday. Wonderbox is a 3D adventure game that lets you explore a nearly endless world through "boxes" and portals. If you're a fan Minecraft or Monument Valley, this is definitely a game worth checking out.


The controls are simple to master using simple swipe and tap mechanics. Straight away, you'll meet the village matriarch who tasks you with finding the Heart of Adventure to restore the landscape. As you pass through portals and visit different boxes -- think floating islands, you can swipe on the screen to rotate the area, alter your view angle and explore the entire area.


In Wonderbox you can play in campaigns that give you a range of adventures for gamers, an exploration mode in which you search for an adventure, or a multiplayer mode where you can host or participate in a party with up to four people. You can also Create and develop your adventure. The game will continue to add adventures too.


This exciting adventure game lets you to defeat enemies, make coins, and solve puzzles. You can also design new environments.


Check out the trailer from Aquiris here:


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Since Apple Arcade joined the mobile gaming scene in 2019 It has built more than 180 games, with more games being added almost every day that you can play on iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod Touch and Apple TV.
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You can also avail an initial trial period of three months for Apple Arcade when you purchase the latest phone. Even if you don't buy a new phone and if you're signing up for Apple Arcade for the first time, you get a one-month free trial. Start the App Store and then tap the joystick icon on the bottom of screen to try the service.


More information is available at the hardware needed to play Apple Arcade and Apple Arcade Games that you can play on iPads, iPhones, Macs and Apple TV.

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