Apple has lined up a trio of notable Japanese developers for the June additions to Apple Arcade. Today, the company announced four games coming to the subscription service next month, led by Konami’s Frogger and the Rumbling Ruins (a sequel to the early Arcade game) Frogger in Toy Town) which will be launched on June 3. That is followed by Cooking Mom: Kitchen on June 17, which mixes up the cooking formula by burdening players with picking out ingredients rather than just choosing a ready-made recipe.
Rounding off the list is air shifterout June 24 from legendary designer Yu Suzuki, best known for titles like Shenmue and run out† Here’s the official description:
Players take on the role of Princess Arch who fights back against bizarre invaders to save their planet from destruction. They rain down their arrows to follow graceful arcs of light across beautiful, artfully crafted stages, before piercing their foes. With a fun and simple swipe-shooting gameplay mechanism on the touchscreen, the fate of the planet is in the hands of the player.
(A puzzle game is also being added to Apple Arcade’s App Store classics section this month. It launches on June 10.)
This month’s Arcade releases also feature some notable games, such as new iterations on Badland and Goat Simulator as well as a kart racer starring characters from Family man and king of the hill† The service has also been home to a number of releases from iconic Japanese game developers since it debuted, including: imaginative from Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and World of demons from PlatinumGames and new or updated items in series such as Castlevania† Monster Hunterand Neko Atsume†