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Apple Arcade makes a power play

The Weekender
Adding dozens of new games is great and all, but embracing the past might be the smartest move Apple Arcade made this month.
Now Apple’s subscription gaming service includes two new categories – Timeless Classics and App Store Greats – that showcase just how fantastically fun mobile gaming can be.
The expansion is a real boon for casual gamers who might be more into sudoku than an arty indie game they’ve never heard of. And it makes that $4.99-a-month subscription look like an unbeatable deal.
If you haven’t tried Apple Arcade, now might be the time to take the plunge. And if you haven’t checked out Apple One subscription bundles – all of which include Apple Arcade – you might be missing out on some real savings.
Lewis Wallace, managing editor and penny pincher

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