New Apple Arcade games launching in April 2024

Apple Arcade is getting a handful of new releases in April 2024, including a new Puyo Puyo game.
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Apple Arcade is getting a fresh injection of new games in April 2024, with two classic releases and a fresh franchise entry from Sega. As announced, the three new games launching on the subscription service shortly are Puyo Puyo Puzzle Pop, Super Monsters Ate My Condo+ and Sago Mini Trips+.

Puyo Puyo Puzzle Pop, launching on 4 April, comes from the developers of the original Puyo Puyo console games, and features similar match-style gameplay. This mobile adaptation will feature “an original story, 24 playable characters from across the Puyo Puyo series, and real-time multiplayer battles with up to four players.”

Super Monsters Ate My Condo+ and Sago Mini Trips+ are also releasing on 4 April. Super Monsters is a “chaotic action puzzle game” that tasks players with swiping and matching condos to score points and feed monsters. Sago Mini Trips+ is a game for preschool children that allows them to explore mini worlds and make friends.

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Beyond these upcoming games, there are other goodies on the way for subscribers, as a bunch of beloved Apple Arcade titles are getting fresh updates this month.

Hello Kitty Island Adventure is expanding with a new celebration, as from 18-25 March players will be able to enjoy International Day of Happiness by spreading in-game joy, and receiving surprise gifts.

Tamagotchi Adventure Kingdom is also getting a major update on 14 March which will introduce a new area of Tamagotchi Planet, known as Antique Town. Here, you’ll be able to collect retro-themed furniture and collectibles, and explore new establishments.

Finally, SpongeBob: Patty Pursuit by Nickelodeon is also getting weekly new chapters in March, with these bite-sized tales starring Gary the Snail.

You can learn more about Apple Arcade on the Apple website.

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Leah J. Williams is a gaming and entertainment journalist who's spent years writing about the games industry, her love for The Sims 2 on Nintendo DS and every piece of weird history she knows. You can find her tweeting @legenette most days.