Apple Arcade's latest batch of updates sees new content for Word Laces, Lifeslide, EarthNight and more
Super Mega Mini Party and Super Impossible Road have also been updated
Alongside this week's Apple Arcade title Necrobarista, five other game in the subscription service's library have also received some updates. Whether that's additional levels, new modes for players to enjoy or cosmetics to unlock for their characters there's plenty of new stuff to dive into.Word Laces
Minimega's puzzle game where players look for word associations, connotations and collect shoes at the same time has received a tonne of new levels, 200 to be precise. Each stage will continue to see players presented with a bunch of jumbled letters and an image. From there they'll need to lace together the letters to find words that are associated with that picture.
Red Games Co's collection of minigames found in Super Mega Mini Party has just become a little larger. They can be unlocked by challenging friends to multiplayer matches or by battling it out against the Island's AI. Players should also be on the lookout for tokens scattered throughout the game's world as collecting them will unlock new pets that will happily follow them on their journey.Super Impossible Road
Rogue Games' futuristic racer Super Impossible Road has been updated with a new race track for players to test their skills on. Beyond that, it will also implement a player ranking system where they will be able to earn XP for levelling up and earning badges.
Cleaversoft's rogue-lite runner EarthNight sees players dashing along the backs of dragons in a bid to take back the Earth from these winged beasts. Now, if you're going to do something as cool as running on the back of a dragon, you want to look good doing it. So, Cleaversoft has added over 45 new unlockable outfits so you can save the planet in style.
Block Zero's latest update to their beautiful adventure game where you control a paper plan has received a new Zen mode that allows players to simply float through the world and listen to some soothing music. For those who prefer a little more action, they have also added four new adventures and worlds to beat.
All of the above games are available now over on Apple Arcade, 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.Searching for the best games of tomorrow? Here are some of the most promising in soft-launch