This week in our ongoing Apple Arcade weekly update series of articles, there's actually not a whole lot of updates to report about. However, we do have two new games to discuss, one of which we can expect to see this Friday.

lumen

The game we can expect to see this week is lumen from Lykkegaard Europe Limited who you might be familiar with from their previous Apple Arcade title tint. lumen is a puzzle game where you'll discover a mysterious antique box that belonged to Mrs Olivia MacLumen, a renowned Scottish inventor.

The stories of all her inventions are stored in film frames and it'll be up to you to restore them. To do so, you'll need to make use of light, lenses and mirrors to correctly recreate the frames. Each time you complete a level you'll unlock another frame in the film about Mrs MacLumen.

Sp!ng

Elsewhere, we've also received details about a game that will be arriving on Apple Arcade in the future. It's called Sp!ng and it's been developed by SMG Studio. It's a physics-based puzzler that promises to be both a challenging and calming experience.

The aim of the game is pretty straightforward, collect gems and avoiding crashing into walls using a cosmic ball that is moved using one-touch controls. There are over 150 levels to make your way through that sport different art styles and themes to keep everything visually intriguing.

Butter Royale

Mighty Bear Games' multiplayer title Butter Royale has received a sizeable update in the last week. So much so, that Olly covered everything you can expect from it in a recent article.

Rayman Mini

Finally, a small update has arrived in the runner Rayman Mini that introduces daily challenges for players to tackle. It also sees the return of the villain Mr Dark.

The above games are either available now over on Apple Arcade or will be soon. It is a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month. For more information on other games that are available in its extensive library, check out our dedicated hub page.

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