Published on May 10th, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner0
What’s new for Apple TV, May 10th, 2018
It’s been a pretty solid week for Apple TV gamers, complete with samurai, pirates, sirens, and hot dogs. We’ve also some great apps for those looking to get into better shape, watch some surfing videos, listen to country music, and more.
Prices provided below are accurate at press time. Free downloads are for the app only and may require a subscription or in-app purchases for full functionality.
New Apple TV Apps:
- Hot Dog vs. Candy Land ($1.99) – It was only a matter of time before these two went at it. Hot Dog is lost in Candy Land and must find his way out while avoiding contact with anything sugary in this endless runner. Let’s hope he eventually makes his way back to Burgertime.
- Slash Slash Samurai Dash ($1.99) – Pretty much the entire description is right there in the title. Get combos and power-ups to help Shiba Musashi in this swiping action game.
- Sea of Sirens (free) – You’re a siren trying to sink a pirate ship. Or you’re a pirate trying to avoid the sirens’ enchantments. This fast game for a minimum of three players requires plenty of interaction with your fellow gamers.
- LCD Weather Barometer ($0.99) – We told you earlier this week about the fantastic LCD Weather Clock. Here’s its barometer counterpart.
- GoHash (free) – An interactive screensaver that allows you to search for images via social media using hashtags. Be careful what you search for!
Updated Apple TV Apps:
- CountryLine (free) – A digital fanclub for country music, featureing “… backstage interviews, exclusive sessions, gig guides, tickets, membership benefits and all the country music you could ever want.”
- Kenshō ($3.99) – Match blocks and overcome challenges in this puzzle game where mysterious things happen in a ruined room. Discover different worlds and beautiful landscapes.
- Keep – Home Workout Trainer (free) – Keep is like having your very own person trainer…who only talks to you through your TV. 40+ workouts with over 400 exercises.
- Find Differences – Retro ($0.99) – Moving gaming from children’s placemats at restaurants to your Apple TV. Race the clock to find the most differences between two pictures.
- NobodySurf (free) – Ironically, it’s a collection of everybody surfing. View over 5,000 of the world’s best surf videos on YouTube and Vimeo by location, surfer, filmmaker, etc.