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A New Samba de Amigo Game Hits Apple Arcade This Month!

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Apple Arcade is getting Samba de Amigo. This year, the original rhythm game series from Sega is seeing a comeback thanks to the simultaneous release of the latest iteration for Apple devices and the Nintendo Switch. Meta Quest’s VR version, previewed in early June, is also expected to debut this fall.

The game’s App Store description states, “Shake it with your maracas and groove to 40 hit songs from the world’s most popular genres.” “The Edge of Glory” by Lady Gaga, “Daddy” by Psy (of “Gangnam Style” fame), and “The Walker” by Fitz and the Tantrums are some of the exclusive tracks for the Apple edition.

Samba de Amigo: Party-To-Go, the name of the Apple Arcade version, highlights its portability. Samba de Amigo: Party Central is the name of the Switch version; Samba de Amigo is the name of the Meta Quest version.

Except that the Apple Arcade version will only have the series’ initial narrative mode, neither Sega nor Apple has provided any information on potential gameplay differences between Apple’s variant and the other platforms. The blurb says, “Join Amigo on a journey to restore lost music to the world.”

On the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, Samba subscribers may mix things up. It needs to be clarified from the App Store listing how controls operate, but one obvious assumption would be to use your phone as a fake maraca with touchscreen controls as a backup.

The fact that external controllers are supported is nonetheless mentioned. While the Quest version relies on its Touch Controllers, the Switch version uses Joy-Cons.

On August 29, Samba de Amigo: Party-To-Go is expected to launch on the App Store. After a one-month free trial, Apple Arcade has a $5 monthly fee; none of its games allow for in-app purchases.

Priced at $40 and expected on August 29 for Switch, respectively, and $30 for Quest VR. While viewing the Switch version’s trailer below, you may practice your Dreamcast-era techniques. Source

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