Games like Ultimate Rivals: The Rink and Charrua Soccer have new features and improved gameplay.
This story is part of CNET's coverage of Apple Arcade, including exclusive first looks we got at some of the service's high-profile new games.
On Friday, Apple Arcade launched slew of updates for several games in the $4.99-a-month gaming service, which are now available to play. Apple Arcade has over 100 games available to play now on the platform, which debuted last September. You can play it on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV. It's also started rolling out for Mac.
Here are all of the games that got updates this week.
Agent Intercept has a new story-based mission called "Belly of the Beast." Stop an enemy airplane from taking off by piloting speedboats and race cars.
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In honor of St. Patrick's day, you can play a match against the Leprechaun Boys or Girls. Win and unlock the St. Patrick's Cup to compete with a goblin team.
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Developer: Yak & Co.
Down in Bermuda added rainy Shipwreck island for players to explore. Venture into sunken ships, duel a giant kraken and meet pirates and mer-creatures.
Developer: Rogue Games
Hexaflip now has 36 bonus levels and you can unlock new player skins when you collect golden orbs in the new levels.
Developer: Ninja Kiwi
Red Reign is adding a new playable army called the Undead, which features warriors from past battles risen again. The army includes 10 troops, each with their own special skillsets.
Developer: Rogue Games
Super Impossible Road now includes New Kovia, a new racetrack location set to a backdrop of asteroids.
Developer: Raw Fury
The Mosaic game updated to include special content that improves the player's in-game quality of life, along with more colorful and "inspirational music experiences."
Developer: Bit Fry Studios
The game now includes three members of the 2019 World Cup-winning US Women's national soccer team -- Forward Tobin Heath, midfielder Julie Ertz and defender Becky Sauerbrunn.
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