Apple Arcade's latest batch of updates has now arrived, introducing plenty of fresh content to several of its pre-existing games. While there was no new release this week, it's always nice to see some of the service's better titles being updated regularly with new, often high-quality content. So here's a full rundown of the latest additions.
I never could have guessed that the delightfully silly Sneaky Sasquatch would turn out to be one of Apple Arcade's most popular games, but thanks to regular updates from developer RAC7, that's exactly what's happened. Its most recent update opens up the town hall and allows you to gain a taxi license to start driving unsuspecting NPCs around. The update also introduces a daily challenge board, a records room containing all of your high scores, an outfit customizer, new skiing equipment, and much more.
LEGO Brawls has received a Ninjago Prime level where you'll have to race to the Temple of Madness in order to stop evil emperor Unagami. You can also expect to see some new champions to add to your impressive roster.
Frogger in Toy Town
Frogger in Toy Town's latest update introduces a new difficulty mode where getting hit or squished won't result in any progress being lost. It's been designed for those who'd rather sit back and enjoy the world of Frogger without any complications.
Skate City got a new update that expands its impressive soundtrack with 28 new tunes, which I'm sure will come as very welcome news to those who've been playing since launch.
The wonderful Manifold Garden's photo mode has been updated and improved upon, giving you the chance to adjust settings and effects in order to create even more impressive images while you explore its trippy world.
Legend of the Skyfish 2
Legend of the Skyfish 2's late-game experience has been given a little boost thanks to the arrival of six mysterious portals. By interacting with them, you'll be teleported to a strange new area where all manner of tricky challenges await. Once completed, you'll net yourself special rewards such as powerful weapons and armour.
And that's everything new to Apple Arcade this week. Last week's big release was Revolution Software's long-awaited Beyond a Steel Sky, which you can see some gameplay of in our hands-on video above.