Apple is launching the Apple Arcade subscription service somewhere this fall. More than a hundred games are planned for launch.

The service, which will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV, will receive a curated range of games that players can download to their device via the App Store. As a result, the games can also be played offline. Games on this service have no ads or in-app purchases. A price for the service is not yet known, but it is known that up to six family members can share one subscription.

The company announced several games during the presentation earlier today, including a sequel to the sci-fi point ‘n’ click game Beneath a Steel Sky, called Beyond a Steel Sky. This game also comes to consoles and PC. Clay Entertainment’s Hot Lava, Mistwalker’s Fantasian, Giant Squid’s (Abzu) The Pathless, Lego Brawls, Sonic Racing, Simogo’s Sayonara Wild Hearts, Little Oprheus from The Chinese Room, WayForward’s Spidersaurs, Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm and Finji’s Overland. Furthermore, Will Wright (The Sims) and Ustwo Games (from Monument Valley), among others, would work on exclusive games.

Apple will collaborate with various publishers and studios to bring games exclusively to Apple Arcade. With exclusive, Apple most likely means games that are not available on Android. A launch date for the service is not yet known, but Apple Arcade is due to launch in more than 150 countries sometime this fall. It is not known whether the Netherlands falls under this.

During the same presentation, Apple also announced a paid streaming service called Apple TV +, which includes exclusive programs and films from Steve Carell, Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey, among others. Apple TV + should also launch in a hundred countries somewhere this fall. Furthermore, Apple comes with new AirPods with a wireless box to charge them, a new iPad Air and iPad Mini and a personal credit card called the Apple Card.

Here’s Apple’s announcement trailer for Apple Arcade.