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150 Apple Arcade Games With Controller Support

Let’s face it. Discoverability is a problem when it comes to most modern mobile App Stores. Sure, a game’s page may have a tag, or icon, to indicate a mobile game has controller support but it’s not a guarantee. Apple came in with Apple Arcade and, for the most part, most games have controller support but you can’t just scan through all of the game’s screenshots to find one you’d want to play.

One of the things I promised to do with the Best Smartphone Games blog is to help people discover new and interesting games. Or to make their life easier. After a lot of hours of manually scouring the web and the App Store I made a list of all the Apple Arcade Games with Controller support. And the type of game, its genre, and multiplayer support. And rating. And a screenshot of the game.

You can sort the list bellow based on the Name, Genre, Rating and Multiplayer capability. Scroll through the list and look at a screenshot that grabs your attention and find your next favorite Apple Arcade Game.

And we have a few more helpful and useful features and articles on our Resources Page!

List of Apple Arcade Games With Controller Support

NameGenrePlayersRatingsScreenshot
A Fold ApartPuzzle 1 4.4
A Monster’s ExpeditionPuzzle 1 4
Agent InterceptAction 1 4.8
Alba: A Wildlife AdventureAdventure 1 4.6
All of YouPuzzle 1 4.5
Alto's Odyssey: The Lost CityAction 1 4.1
Angry Birds ReloadedAction 1 4.7
ATONE: Heart of the Elder TreeAdventure 1 4.2
Badland+Adventure 1-4 4
Ballistic BaseballSports 1-2 4.6
Big Time SportsSports 1-2 3
Bleak SwordAction 1 4.6
Butter RoyaleAction 1-16 4.8
CardpocalypseRole-Playing 1 4.1
Castlevania: Grimoire of SoulsAction 1 3.2
CHARRUA SOCCERSports 1-2 4.2
ChuChu Rocket! UniversePuzzle 1 4.2
Clap Hanz GolfSports 1-4 4.4
Cozy GroveCasual 1 4.2
CreaksAdventure 1 4.9
Cricket Through the AgesSports 1-2 3.8
Crossy Road CastleAction 1-4 4.4
Crossy Road+Casual 1 4.7
Dandara: Trials of Fear+Adventure 1 4.4
Dead End JobAction 1 3.7
DecoherenceStrategy 1-2 3
DiscoloredAdventure 1 3.9
Dodo PeakCasual 1 4.5
Don’t Bug Me!Strategy 1 4.7
Doomsday VaultAdventure 1 4.6
Down in BermudaAdventure 1 4.7
Dread NauticalStrategy 1 3.9
EarthNightAction 1 4.7
Exit the GungeonAction 1 4.1
ExplottensAction 1-2 3.9
Fallen KnightAction 1 3.7
FantasianRole-Playing 1 4.7
Farm It!Simulation 1 2
Fledgling HeroesFamily 1-2 4.7
Frogger in Toy TownAction 1-2 3.5
Game of Thrones: Tale of CrowsAdventure 1 2.6
Gear Club StradaleRacing 8 3.8 (Our Review)
GrindstonePuzzles 1 4.4
GuildlingsAdventure 1 4.2
Hexaflip: The Action PuzzlerCasual 1 3.6
Hitchhiker – A Mystery GameAdventure 1 3.4
HogwashAction 1-4 3.6
Hot LavaAction 1-4 4
HyperBrawl TournamentSports 1-4 4.2
INMOSTAdventure 1 4.6
Jenny LeClue - DetectivuAdventure 1 4.7
Jetpack Joyride+Action 1 3.8
Jumper JonAdventure 1 3.9
Kings of the CastleFamily 1-4 4.6
King’s League IIStrategy 1 4.3
LEGO® BrawlsAction 1-8 4.7
LEGO® Builder’s JourneyPuzzle 1 4.3
LEGO® Star Wars: CastawaysAdventure 1-4 4.8
Lifelike: Chapter OneAdventure 1 3.2
LifeslideAdventure 1-8 3.9
Loud House: Outta ControlCasual 1 4
lumen.Puzzle 1 3.6
Manifold GardenPuzzle 1 4.4
Marble It Up: Mayhem!Racing 1-10 3.9
Marble KnightsAdventure 1-4 5
Mind SymphonyMusic 1 2.5
MonomalsAction 1 4.7
Murder Mystery MachineAdventure 1 2.1
MutazioneAdventure 1 4.8
NBA 2K21 Arcade EditionSports 1-2 3.5
NecrobaristaAdventure 1 3.4
Neo CabAdventure 1 4.3
NeversongAdventure 1 3.9
Next Stop NowhereAdventure 1 3
Nightmare FarmSimulation 1 3.3
No Way HomeAction 1-2 4.1
NUTS A Surveillance MysterySimulation 1 3.9
Oceanhorn 2Role-Playing 1 4.2
Oceanhorn: Chronos DungeonRole-Playing 1-4 4.6
Oddmar+Action 1 4.7
Operator 41Adventure 1 3.1
Over the AlpsAdventure 1 3.8
OverlandStrategy 1 3.2
PAC-MAN Party RoyaleAction 1-4 3.9
Painty MobCasual 1 4.6
PilgrimsAdventure 1 4.7
Populus RunAction 1 4.7
Projection: First LightAdventure 1 3.4
Punch PlanetAction 1-2 3.8
Rayman MiniAction 1 4.8
Red ReignStrategy 1-2 3.3
Redout: Space AssaultAction 1 3.2
Reigns: BeyondCard 1 3.8
RoundguardRole-Playing 1 4.7
Samurai JackAction 1 3.9
Sayonara Wild HeartsAction 1 4.7
ScrappersAction 1-4 3.5
Secret Oops!Puzzle 1-4 3.5
Shantae and the Seven SirensAdventure 1 4.4
Shinsekai Into the DepthsAction 1 4.2
ShockRodsAction 1-12 4
Simon’s Cat Story TimePuzzle 1 4
Skate CitySports/Action 1 4.8
Slash Quest!Adventure 1 4.2
Sneaky SasquatchAdventure 1 4.9
Sociable Soccer 2020Sports 1 3
Sonic RacingRacing 1-4 3.8
South of the CircleAdventure 1 3
SP!NGCasual 1 4.8
SpacelandStrategy 1-2 4.1
Speed DemonsRacing 1 4.8
SpelldrifterRole-Playing 1 4.2
SpidersaursAction 1-2 3.4
Spire BlastPuzzle 1 4
SpongeBob: Patty PursuitAdventure 1 4.1
SpyderAdventure 1 4
Star FetchedAdventure 1 3.1
Star Trek: LegendsRole-Playing 1 3.1
StelaAdventure 1 3.8
Stellar CommandersStrategy 1-2 4.3
Stranded SailsAdventure 1 3
Super Impossible RoadRacing 1-4 4.6
Super Leap DayAction 1 4.5
Super Mega Mini PartyAction 1-4 4.7
Survival ZAction 1 4.4
Taiko no Tatsujin Pop Tap BeatCasual 1-2 4.2
Tangle TowerAdventure 1 4.9
The Bradwell ConspiracyAdventure 1 3.3
The Collage AtlasAdventure 1 3.8
The Last CampfireAdventure 1 4.6
The Lullaby of LifeAdventure 1 4.4
The MosaicAdventure 1 3.8
The Oregon TrailAdventure 1 4.8
The Pathless – A mythic adventureAdventure 1 4.5
The Pinball WizardCasual 1 4.6
The SurvivalistsAdventure 1 3.9
Things That Go BumpAction 1-4 4.3
Thumper: Pocket Edition+Role-Playing 1 4.3
Towaga: Among ShadowsAction 1-4 4.6
Towers of EverlandRole-Playing 1 4
UFO on Tape: First ContactAction 1 3.2
Unleash the LightAdventure 1 4.3
VARIOUS DAYLIFERole-Playing 1 3.5
Warp DriveRacing 1-4 2.7
Way of the TurtleAction 1 4.2
What The Golf?Casual 1 4.9
Wonderbox: The Adventure MakerAdventure 1-4 3.7
Word LacesPuzzle 1 4.8
World of Demons™Action 1 4.7
Yaga: The Roleplaying FolktaleRole-Playing 1 3.6

Most of the lists of Controller Supported Apple Arcade games on the internet feature just links to the game so I really hope that the effort I put into this one will be of use to you. Now, Apple Arcade get’s updated pretty often so new games might appear that aren’t on that list. If that is the case, do let me know and I’ll update it as often as I can. The same goes for games that get removed from the Arcade.

My Setup For Playing Apple Arcade Games

Most of the iOS games that I play for fun nowadays are Apple Arcade Games. They feel so close to a full console-like experience that I’ve made several dedicated setups just so I can game on my iPad using a controller (and sometimes even via Universal Control using my Mac’s mouse and keyboard).

There’s no denying it, Apple Arcade is a godsend for people who use the iPad as their main computer, or as their gaming setup.

I’m constantly in awe of the quality of games that get released (and sometimes re-released) on apple arcade and it gives me a ton of hope for the future of the platform. And I’m saying this as both a player and a mobile game developer.

More on Apple Arcade

If you’re interested to see what I think about Apple Arcade or Apple Arcade games, I have a few articles that you might like to check out:

Another thing is, we’re reviewing games on this blog, and a few of them are available in the list above. We wrote about 100 articles on all topics related to the mobile gaming industry and our game reviews are but a fraction of that. However I’m striving to review more titles form the list above. Until then, you can check out our review of:

We have more reviews of both free and premium mobile games, such as Metal Slug Attack or QB Planets! We also have other articles with tidbits and interesting facts, like this article that answers the question “What is the Number 1 mobile eSports Game” sorted by the prize pool.

I write extensively about the mobile gaming industry, their tactics and how greed influences a game’s design. I believe that you might be interested in more articles on game monetization. So if you want to stick around, you can check out “How Do Free Mobile Games Make money“, “Why Do Mobile Games Have Fake Ads” and “Why Do Mobile Games Have In-App Purchases“. 

There’s also a monster post (about 4000 words) that answers the question: “How Hard Is It To Make A Mobile Game“. It goes in depth with actual examples on how Experience, Resources and Financials affect the difficulty of developing and releasing new mobile games!

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