Apple has released its subscription service Apple Arcade on iOS this week and there are a few Canadian-developed games as part of the launch. First up is Where Cards Fall from Los Angeles developer The Game Band and published by Snowman, developers of Alto Adventure.
A new management simulation game from indie publisher Kitfox Games and indie studio Viewport Games.
Last month we got the first trailer for the upcoming football game Doug Flutie’s Maximum Football and now we have a release date, and thankfully it is not too far off. The game will hit PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 27th for $29.99 USD.
In Little Hellions, players don’t actually attack each other, instead they can “hex” on another and trade places instantly. “With enough spatial awareness and sharp timing, players can evade deadly traps while swapping opponents to their doom.”
The free-to-play “Monster Hunter” clone released by Vancouver-based Phoenix Labs Dauntless will have its 1.0 version launch September 26th across all platforms.
Frolic Labs announces official release date of Dune Sea.
Ubisoft announced today that Operation Ember Rise, the latest season of Year 4 for Rainbow Six: Siege is now out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC
Ubisoft Quebec announced today their latest DLC for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, titled Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece.