Apple Arcade, the tech giant’s subscription-based game streaming service, has added a new title to its already impressive roster of over 200 games: Lifeline+. The smash-hit text adventure game is now available on Apple Arcade for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. Users can also access the game as part of the Apple One bundle.
Lifeline+ is currently available for the iPhone and iPad, but unfortunately, it’s not yet compatible with the Mac or the Apple TV set-top box. However, that shouldn’t deter you from diving into this immersive narrative experience. Described as a playable, branching story of survival against all odds, Lifeline lets you help guide the game’s protagonist, Taylor, through a perilous universe where every decision could mean the difference between life and death.
Acclaimed writer Dave Justus, best known for his work on Fables: The Wolf Among Us, weaves a gripping and interactive tale through the aftermath of a crash landing on an alien moon. With the rest of the crew dead or missing, Taylor is stranded and can only communicate with you, the player.
As you progress through the game, notifications will deliver new messages in real-time throughout your day, adding to the immersion and keeping you engaged. You can keep up with the messages as they come in or catch up later when you have more time. Alternatively, you can dive in and jump back to earlier points in the story to see what happens when you make different choices. Simple actions can have a profound effect on the game’s outcome, and completing any single path will allow you to restart the story and unlock new modes.
Lifeline is suitable for ages 9 and up and has gamepad support. With its deep, immersive story of survival and perseverance, Lifeline is a must-play for anyone looking for a unique and engaging gaming experience. And with its availability on Apple Arcade, it’s now easier than ever to dive into this compelling adventure.
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