Source: Mac Rumors
Butter Royale has landed on the App Store as this week’s addition to Apple Arcade across the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. The battle royale game is essentially a family-friendly version of Fortnite, replacing assault rifles and rocket launchers with sauce-shooting, baguette-blasting modified kitchen tools as weapons. The game has both a 32-player online mode against live players and a single-player offline mode against bots, and the goal is to be the last person standing. The fast-paced food fights take less than five minutes. Butter Royale is safe for kids aged 9+ to play without parental supervision, according to its Singapore-based developer Mighty Bear Games. As with all other Apple Arcade games, there are no ads, in-app purchases, or loot boxes, and unlike Fortnite for iOS, there is no option to enable voice chat. From the App Store description: – 32-Player Food Fight Shooter – Play as any of 50 characters from all walks of life. Knock out other contestants with delicious food. Be the last one standing in this third-person shooter – Squad Up – Indulge in multiplayer Culinary Combat with your friends, in teams of four – Solo Survival Game – Survive this battle royale game solo for ultimate bragging rights – Fire Food Blasters – Pick up epic food blasters like the Breadzooka from all over Butter Island, and fire away – Unlock Exclusive Content – Stay fresh with exclusive seasonal characters, melee food items, trails, and flags – 1 Butter Island, 9 Zones – Explore a sprawling map, from the rolling Flour Fields to San Francheesco.