Crossy Road Castle Is Out Now On Apple Arcade
Crossy Road Castle has arrived.
Australian developer Hipster Whale created the mobile juggernaut endless-Frogger game Crossy Road, and it was a smash hit with 250 million downloads since its release in 2014.
A sequel of sorts, Crossy Road Castle, is launching this week through the Apple Arcade subscription service. Like the original, Castle is an endless running game, but this time you're making your way through and up towers full of "chaotic arcade fun." The levels are procedurally generated, which means they'll be different each time you play.
The game supports solo and multiplayer, and it also features both touch and console controller inputs. Check out the trailer below to see Crossy Road Castle in action.
Crossy Road Castle is rolling out now on iOS through the Apple Arcade subscription service. The service costs $5 USD per month, and provides you with access to a growing library of games. Some of the other titles in the catalog include Sonic Racing, Rayman Mini, Lego Brawls, What the Golf, Sayonara Wild Hearts, and Grindstone, among others.
For more on Apple Arcade, check out GameSpot's rundown of the best games on Apple Arcade.
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