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Apple Arcade, the iPhone-maker’s gaming subscription service, is now live in South Africa.
Arcade allows users to access more than “100 new, exclusive games all playable across iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and Apple TV,” the iStore announced in a release.
The service was announced earlier this year, with more concrete details announced a week ago at Apple’s September event.
Apple Arcade users get the first month as a free trial. All games can be played offline too, and one subscription can be used by six family members through Apple’s Family Sharing.
The cheapest device you can use Apple Arcade on, at least portably, is the iPod Touch. It’s retailing at the iStore for just under R4000.
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