Something Massive Is Coming To Chronos Dungeon

I’ve written it before here on this blog, and I’m about to do so again.

One of the big tent-pole features of Apple Arcade is the fact that your subscription effectively acts as an unending season pass to all future updates of the 200+ games available on the service.

This last week alone has seen some huge game-changing updates – Legends of Kingdom Rush’s new Quick-Play Arena mode, LEGO Brawls themes can now be chosen at will by players, and LEGO Star Wars Castaways saw the inclusion of some excellent new social hub features (fishing!).

It’s a great part of the service, and cements the feeling that games on Apple Arcade are all yours, because after paying the monthly subscription, there is nothing more to pay. No in-app-purchases, and no paid DLC.

Free content updates. It’s one of the things gaming dreams are made of.

Following some social media teasing, it now seems Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon is not too far away from an update of its own, and the word used to describe the update by studio Cornfox & Bros. was “massive.”

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Oceanhorn Becomes A Trilogy via 16-bit Inspired Chronos Dungeon

Well that was unexpected. We now have a new Oceanhorn game to look forward to, as announced by studio Cornfox & Bros. earlier today. And wow, what a left turn the series is taking with this third title.

The 16-bit era is so revered that studios continue to pay homage, and Apple TV has it’s fair share. Recently released Aruna’s Adventure looks like serious fun, while the wonderful Evoland 2 takes players through a history lesson of RPG aesthetics (read ATVG’s review right here, and whatever you do, play it). And how can I not mention the iconic Chrono Trigger? Read the headline of this article again! If you’ve somehow managed to miss it on every other platform known to man, Chrono Trigger is also available on Apple TV.

Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon is throwing its 16-bit pixelated hat into the ring, and it looks the goods.

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