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Shelby Brown (she/her/hers) is an editor for CNET's services team. She covers tips and tricks for apps, operating systems and devices, as well as mobile gaming and Apple Arcade news. Shelby also oversees Tech Tips coverage. Before joining CNET, she covered app news for Download.com and served as a freelancer for Louisville.com.
  • She received the Renau Writing Scholarship in 2016 from the University of Louisville's communication department.
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Apple Arcade

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.

Pinball game Roundguard from Wonderbelly Games joined the Apple Arcade gaming catalog on Friday. 

The game is a dungeon crawler-style pinball game in which you must fight off monsters in order to win loot. Even if you win a level, Roundguard features unique play-through, so every time you play is different to keep you on your toes. 

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"Roundguard is soaked in nostalgia celebrating some of my favorite games and fantasy -- references I love to include for my fellow game nerds, but also as a gateway to share with my daughter someday," Andrea Roberts, the game designer, said in a release.

Apple compared Roundguard to Peggle, a puzzle game from 2007. If you liked Apple Arcade's Pinball Wizard or Grindstone, you might also like Roundguard. The game is also available on PC and console. 

For more, check out Apple Arcade: The full list of games for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and iPod Touch.

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