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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001

Apple Arcade today gained a new roleplaying game "Roundguard" for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV:
Roundguard is a bouncy dungeon crawler with pinball physics, lots of loot, and a randomized castle full of oddballs. Press your luck against hordes of dangerously cute monsters and challenging roguelike elements in this all-round bouncy adventure!

If you love roguelikes & Peggle, then Roundguard is for you.
Roundguard is available on the App Store with an Apple Arcade subscription. The subscription-based service provides iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac users with access to over 100 games with no in-app purchases or ads for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.

Article Link: Bouncy Dungeon Crawler 'Roundguard' is This Week's Addition to Apple Arcade


macrumors 68000
Aug 15, 2010
Argh, every time one of these threads comes along I have to download the game and enjoy it, just to spite you people.
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macrumors 6502a
May 16, 2006
Waterbury, CT
Oceanhorn 2 was the only reason to get Apple Arcade and I put alot of hours into that... the ending was horrible though and I immediately unsubscribed after beating it. Would rather have paid $10 to just buy the game


macrumors 68000
Mar 11, 2007
Omaha, NE
I tried Arcade for a month, and none of the games held my interest for very long. What I hoped there would be a few of were 'Gauntlet' style games. And I don't mean ones where you have funny creatures who bounce into and delay your progress. Yes, I liked having opponents who fought back and not just got pushed out of the way. I also disliked playing with either a mouse on a computer or the really horrible ATV remote. Yes, you can use Xbox or Playstation or 3rd Party controllers. None of which I own, and I didn't want to buy them just to try the games. At least the Wii had sports with semi normal gravity and a controller you could accidentally throw through your screen. I seem to be in between two extremes: the 'all violence is bad' games and the 'ultra violence is good'. Doom, Grand Theft Auto and COD are too violent, and the Apple arcade games are too boring.
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