Following Apple’s recent announcement for October 2022, the first two games hitting this month have arrived from MobilityWare in the form of Gin Rummy Classic+ and Spider Solitaire: Card Game+ that join as App Store Greats. With these two releases, the developer has seven games on Apple Arcade that are all included as App Store Greats. Alongside today’s new releases on the service, many notable games have gotten interesting updates. Cut the Rope Remastered is celebrating Om Nom’s birthday with 9 new levels today in version 1.8.0. Zen Studios’ Zen Pinball Party has added in two new Star Wars pinball tables with Episode VII: The Force Awakens and Boba Fett now in-game alongside new backgrounds, frames, and badges.
Solitaire Stories begins a new spooky story for Halloween with limited-time events that are aiming to be more difficult. This includes Count Dracula, Transylvania, and a classic Halloween Solitaire Story added in with today’s update. LEGO Star Wars: Castaways has a new event inspired by Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace with minifigures, new enemies, and six new alien species. SongPop Party from Gameloft has gotten updated with new music for the next three months, a Thanksgiving event, Halloween event support, added international music, and more. The final update of the week is Zookeeper World bringing in 12 new puzzle stages with the next one coming on October 30th. Zoo Rank 25 and more has also been added with this update. In case you missed the big update for Bleak Sword from a few days ago, read this.
Ahead of the remaining new releases on Apple Arcade this month, check out our forum threads for Gin Rummy Classic+ here, Spider Solitaire: Card Game+ here, Solitaire Stories here, SongPop Party here, Zookeeper World here, Zen Pinball Party here, LEGO Star Wars: Castaways here, and Cut the Rope Remastered here. For all other Apple Arcade related things, check out our dedicated Apple Arcade forum for discussion on the service and every game included here. What do you think of Apple’s recently released games?