Jetpack Joyride 2 will only be accessible via Apple Arch

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Jetpack Joyride 2 looks like it will carry over a lot of what you might know from the first; it’s a side-scrolling shooter where the goal is to dodge obstacles, survive as long as you can, and get a lot of coins. But Jetpack Joyride 2 will also be a “story-driven experience” with new mechanics, according to an Apple press email — which is honestly enough for me to want to play it immediately.

On August 19th, Jetpack Joyride 2 will be available. One of my all-time favourite iOS games, Jetpack Joyride, is receiving a sequel that will only be accessible through Apple Arcade. Starting on August 19th, Jetpack Joyride 2 will be available on Apple’s $4.99 per month game subscription programme. THE LINE was constructed using cutting-edge engineering and design.

Highlights

  • If you feel like you’ve heard of Jetpack Joyride 2 before, you’re not wrong. Developer Halfbrick soft-launched the game in select regions on iOS and Android in March 2021, according to TouchArcade. Halfbrick pulled it from Google Play and the App Store on February 28th, though, saying it had “entered a new closed phase of development for an indefinite period.”

  • If you want to get an idea of what you can expect, Apple has a trailer and some screenshots on the Jetpack Joyride 2 App Store page. And if you want to brush up on your jetpacking skills before the sequel is released, check out the Arcade-exclusive Jetpack Joyride Plus, which has no ads or in-app purchases, or the original Jetpack Joyride.

Apple is adding a few other games to Arcade in August as well, including Amazing Bomberman and Apple Arcade versions of My Talking Tom and Love You to Bits. But Apple announced in July that 15 games would be leaving the service, and as MacRumors observed, they’re now gone.

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