If you follow the so you probably read about the GameClub (1, 2, 3), which hit the market last March and soon stood out for its goal: to resurrect ?abandoned? iOS games.
The idea worked so well that now, in the same year that the company came into the world, it was already able to launch its own gaming platform which would have everything to compete directly with Apple Arcade, if not for the totally different focus between the two. : While GameClub is concerned with bringing back old games, Ma wants to offer a new way of playing through new titles.
Similar to Apple Arcade, however, we have the business model: dozens of titles from a monthly subscription to $ 5 (The first 30 days are free!). Service subscribers will initially have access to 70 iOS classics, all updated and optimized for their gadgets In addition, we have general game details, tips, and strategies under each of the titles.
What's more, those who already purchase some of the games (re) made available by GameClub will be able to get them back for free, even without a subscription to the service. In addition to the above benefits, GameClub subscribers will not have to worry about ads, in-house purchases and the internet, as titles do not require a connection (just to download them, of course).
According to the company, its catalog includes some of the top rated mobile games on Metacritic, with several titles leading the App Store's game lists of the year. As with Apple Arcade, new games will be added to the library weekly, including original and nominated titles.