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Games Sky Gamblers Infinite Jets

Published on November 2nd, 2017 | by Kirk Hiner

It’s a good day when we can tell you about a newly launched game for Apple TV. It’s a better day when that game is from a company such as Atypical Games. The developers behind Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy and Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders have just announced that Sky Gamblers: Infinite Jets is now available for iOS, and macOS and tvOS for $4.99.

“What makes these jets infinite?” you ask? Customization. Players can sit in the cockpit of their very own custom fighter jet and dogfight across massive aerial arenas above “meticulously recreated real-world cities.”

Players can polish their evasive maneuvering and targeting skills against AI in custom set games before taking off into the savagely competitive multiplayer modes, from the collaborative Team Deathmatch to dog-eat-dog PvE, which pits player against player in massive, mano-a-mano dogfights to find out which of your friends is truly top gun.

Lone wolf pilots who prefer solo play can enjoy a single-player campaign featuring a hair-raising story of camaraderie, treachery and triumph in the skies. Your journey will take you all over the world, from San Francisco to Rio de Janeiro to the Hoover Dam, and you’ll quickly learn that nowhere is safe: the seas are swimming with heavily armed battleships, murderous SAM (surface-to-air) missile sites lurk in the forests below, and the sky is thick with enemy fighter jets that want nothing more than to take you down.  

Siri Remote pilots will have access to over 100 types of planes, countless weapons and defenses, and customizable patterns and badges, all of which come together to look like this:

We say Siri Remote pilots because the App Store entry doesn’t mention MFi support. We have a request in to Atypical for compatibility confirmation, and will update the article when we hear back.

In the meantime, Sky Gamblers: Infinite Jets is available now in the App Store for $4.99 (with in-app purchases). To learn more, visit

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About the Author

has been writing for the Apple web since 1997, having served as editor of Applelinks and the Technology Tell Apple Channel. He is also currently editor-in-chief of Public Access Gaming. Kirk lives with his wife and three children in small-town Ohio where the land is cheap and the air is (relatively) clean.

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