New on Apple Arcade: Oddmar and Dandara: Trials of Fear

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The RPG Viking story, Odmar, is a physics-based puzzle game.

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apple arcade Added two new games List of over 225 games. Subscribers can watch Odmar and Dandara: Trials of Fear today. Here’s everything you need to know about the new games on Apple’s game subscription service:



Developer: MobGe

Oddmar is an action-adventure platformer related to a Viking quest. To prove himself in his village, he sets out on an quest full of challenges, magical weapons, new friends, enemies and much more. Explore 24 hand-crafted levels with physics-based puzzles through enchanted forests, snow-capped mountains and mines full of secrets.

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MobGe co-founder and CEO zgür Taşkın told Nerdshala that stories from fearless Vikings and Scandinavian culture and geography inspired the game. As the team delved deeper into the stories, they discovered a number of mythical events that would fit into the game. Taşkın said the team wanted players to feel the texture of Scandinavian geography and the smell of rain as they explored the atmosphere.


“We want players to have fun and experience a beautiful adventure with five or six hours of ups and downs with each level with different mechanics,” Takın told Nerdshala via email.

Players can also see themselves in the game’s main character, Odmar, and his journey to find his place in the world.

“We hope everyone can stay positive, peaceful and kind as Odmar in their own adventure,” Taskin said. “Even if they are clumsy.”

Odmar won the Apple Design Award in 2018 and is already available to play in the App Store, but costs $5 without an Apple Arcade subscription. The game has got a rating of 4.8 out of 5. Secret fans Oops! And Yaga: Role-playing Folklore is a must watch game.

Dandara: Test of Fear

Developer: Raw Fury and the Long Hat House


Dandara is the heroine who rises to save the City of Salt, a world on the Nerdshala of ruin, whose citizens live in oppression and isolation. The 2D Metroidvania platformer lets you explore by crossing walls and ceilings to fight enemies and discover hidden secrets of salt.

Long Hat House game developers Lucas Matos and Joo Brant told Nerdshala in an email that the development team focused on telling a story through their culture, along with using touchscreen drag motion to keep players engaged.

“Dandara is a very fresh take on exploration and fighting, especially for touchscreens,” Brent said.

The main character and narrative of Dandara: Trials of Fear – A fierce warrior who fought tirelessly for freedom against controlling aggressors and oppression, was he inspired by? Real life heroine Dandara dos Palmares, an Afro-Brazilian warrior who fought against slavery in the 17th century.

According to Matos and Brent, following the game’s original 2018 release, the team realized the positive impact that diversity in sports can have for their culture, behavior and society.

Brent said, “Diversity in the media, when done well, is key to breaking stereotypes, reaching and inspiring people in the wrong way in new ways, with under-represented voices and stories heard and seen and They are honored more by increasing the interest of the audience.”

Dandara: Trials of Fear, an App Store Editors’ Choice game, is already available to play in the App Store, but it costs $4 without an Apple Arcade subscription. The game is rated 4.4 out of 5.

In addition to the new titles, Apple Arcade still has more games coming to the service soon.

If you’re interested in trying out Apple Arcade, you can get a three-month free trial with the purchase of a new device, or a one-month free trial if you’re signing up for the first time. . Open the App Store and tap the small joystick icon at the bottom of the screen to start the service.

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