Apple recently announced its new Apple Arcade games subscription service that gives subscribers access to more than 100 new and exclusive titles -- all of it available for a small monthly fee.

The Cupertino tech giant didn’t simply announce the new iPhone 11 lineup during its September event. It also announced, along with a new iPad and Apple Watch, the new Apple Arcade games subscription service that gives people access to some interesting and promising titles from various developers and publishers which includes the likes of Gameloft, Sega, Ubisoft, Bandai Namco and Square Enix.

Apple Arcade will be launched for iOS 13 on Sept. 19, Polygon noted. Subscribers will need to chug out $4.99 per month to gain access to games like “Shinsekai: Into The Depths” from Capcom, “Frogger In Toy Town” from Q-Games and and Apple Arcade version of “Sayonara Wild Hearts” from Annapurna Interactive.

Here’s a quick glance at some of the games included in Apple Arcade’s initial roster:

  • “Ballistic Baseball” is an action-packed arcade baseball game that pits players against each other in multiplayer matches. Developed by Gameloft.
  • “ChuChu Rocket! Universe” puts players in charge of the beloved ChuChus as they solve over 100 mind-bending puzzles set in strange and colorful planets. From Sega.
  • “Exit the Gungeon” challenges players to escape a collapsing dungeon while overcoming obstacles and enemies along the way. Published by Devolver.
  • “Pac-Man Party Royale” is an all-new “Pac-Man” game that features a four-player mode where players fight to be the last one standing. From Bandai Namco.
  • “Rayman Mini” is a new “Rayman” game where players get to see Rayman do what he does best - except that he’s a lot smaller. Players will need to use insects, plants and mushrooms to finish levels as quickly as possible. From Ubisoft.
  • “Shantae and the Seven Sirens” puts players in the shoes of the half-genie hero Shantae as she explores a sunken city and fights against the Seven Sirens. From WayForward.
  • “Steven Universe: Unleash the Light” is a role-playing game co-written by “Steven Universe” series creator Rebecca Sugar. It’s an original Cartoon Network game.
  • “Various Daylife” is an RPG from the creators of “Bravely Default” and “Octopath Traveler.” Players will find themselves exploring a newly discovered continent and fighting off beasts along the way. Published by Square Enix.

Apple Arcade has more titles in store for subscribers. Watch out for more updates as they come.

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Apple Arcade will bring more than 100 games to subcribers. (Pictured: Kaiann Drance, Apple’s senior director, iPhone Worldwide Product Marketing speaks at an Apple event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on September 12, 2018 in Cupertino, California.) Justin Sullivan/Getty Images