• Apple ARKit
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A curated selection of the best Augmented Reality apps built with Apple ARKit, Google ARCore, Vuforia, Unity and Unreal Engine. Make sure you subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

January 9th

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First multiplayer, multi-platform sport AR game

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In DroneTopolis AR, you’ll be able to use your iPhone or iPad to control a lifelike drone in augmented reality! Thanks to the game’s realistic flight dynamics, which were modeled after the real thing, you can explore your surroundings while honing your drone piloting skills. Contrary to what happens when you are flying your own drone, you don’t have to worry about batteries, bad weather, flight restrictions or costly repairs. You can even share your flying antics from anywhere on the planet through a built-in video recording and streaming function!

December 21st

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Orbu is an Augmented Reality (AR) game with engaging slingshot mechanics. Players transform their surroundings and embark on a journey over three seasons, guiding their Orbu creatures – Tanuki (raccoon dog), Noko (turtle) and Konkon (fox) – through a series of obstacle courses, leading them to their spiritual homes. Moving around the play areas – indoors or outdoors to find butterflies, feed fish and unveil new secrets in this challenging yet relaxing game.

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Bag it Santa

Help Santa catch the falling presents. Slippery when wet!