‘Arc Squadron’ Free For a Limited Time Thanks to TouchArcade and Psyonix

Our sister site TouchArcade has announced the newest offering in its new TouchArcade Free Play program. In partnership with developer Psyonix, Arc Squadron, which debuted in the App Store in October, is now free for a limited time down from its regular price of $4.99.

In Arc Squadron you control a space fighter on missions to destroy enemy ships and obstacles. You earn points when completing missions, which then can be used as currency to buy ship and weapons upgrades and modifications. It’s got a simple control scheme and the graphics are gorgeous on retina display devices. Check out the official launch trailer:

Arc Squadron earned five stars in a review from TouchArcade. If you want to see the game in action a little more, check out the video in this post to see TouchArcade staff play the game and talk about it.

Remember, if you want to stay on top of all of the games offered through the TouchArcade Free Play program, bookmark this link or get the free TouchArcade app.


ARC Squadron

Last Changed: 69 months ago
Rating: 4.50 (158)
Version: 1.3
iOS Universal

TouchArcade - ★★★★★ "...ARC Squadron embodies what makes an iOS game great and is a must-play." G4TV - Game of the Week "Without question, Arc Squadron is one of...


David Simon

Yes, but it is not available in Indonesian Store. I have been requesting this for a couple of weeks but no response. 🙁

Grimm Factor Music

Thanks! I’m glad to see a game like this for free and it still is. I like a good space shooter but was let down by games like Star Battalion and Galaxy On Fire. due to their lack of depth. Galaxy on Fire was decent with great graphics but repetitive gameplay but as of now Galaxy On Fire 2 SD, which has gotten nothing but incredible reviews, now available for free! And Star Battalion was mostly flash with little substance to keep me interested past defeating the game which didnt take very long at all.

Its sad when developers make games like the ones I’ve mentioned but they can’t keep me engaged more than a simple 2D retro styled game like Punch Quest.

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