Apple’s video game offerings are about to get a lot more interesting with the launch of Apple Arcade later this year. The American technology company has invested in independent developers to help bring dozens of exclusive games to the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. When the programme launches in the autumn, Apple Arcade will offer access to more than 100 games for a monthly fee. Apple says the games will be new and exclusive on mobile; that means they will not be released on Android devices. While Apple Arcade games will require a subscription, the App Store will continue to host its massive collection of more than 300,000 free and paid-for games. Pricing details for Apple Arcade are not available yet. Apple announced Apple Arcade alongside Apple News Plus, a paid subscription service for news and magazines, and Apple TV Plus, a forthcoming expansion to the company's video streaming platform. What are the 19 most expensive products Apple has ever sold? Check out everything we know about Apple Arcade so far Apple is funding dozens of independent creators to produce an exclusive library of games for Apple Arcade. The list of developers supported by Apple Arcade include Hironobu Sakaguchi – best known for his Final Fantasy role-playing game series – of the Mistwalker Corporation, Charles Cecil of Revolution Software, Sam Rosenthal and Cedric Adams of Snowman and The Game Band, Denis Mikan of kunabi brother, and Bekah Saltsman of Finji. Check out this teaser to hear what they are saying about Apple Arcade. Will reports of a new Apple iPod in 2019 be music to your ears? Apple Arcade will appear as a new tab in the App Store, and will run on every current Apple device, including the iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and Apple TV. Players can use controllers for many of the games, too. Developers teaming up with Apple Arcade have worked to make sure that big games with impressive high-definition graphics such as the cyberpunk game, Beyond a Steel Sky, still work on the iPhone. Apple's investment in independent developers will help build to new franchises. For example, Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm is a sequel that improves on one of the App Store’s most critically acclaimed titles. Sega is just one of the many publishers working with Apple Arcade. Sonic Racing will be an exclusive mobile game for Apple Arcade later this year. Apple believes the subscription will encourage more gamers to try narrative-based games such as Where the Cards Fall, because they will not have to pay an upfront fee. Is Apple releasing 3 new iPhones in 2019? Games included with Apple Arcade may show up on PC or video game consoles, but they will not be released on Android or included with other subscription services. Games such as Projection: First Light , for instance, will be released on Apple Arcade, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Apple Arcade games will be advert-free, too and playable without an internet connection. Any extra post-release content or updates will be available for free with the Apple Arcade subscription. Pricing details for Apple Arcade will be revealed later in the year. But Apple has already released a teaser video for the new platform Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article originally appeared on Business Insider .