Though we're still waiting for "Sky: Children of the Light" to be released outside of the iPhone ecosystem, Apple's four other Games of 2019 are all available on console, computer, Android, or all three.
iPhone Game of the Year: "Sky: Children of the Light" by thatgamecompany
Released in July 2019 for the iPhone, "Sky: Children of the Light" is the first title from thatgamecompany to make its debut on iOS, after a conversion of earlier hit "Flower" in 2017.
However, the co-operative experience blends elements taken from TGC's previous work, perhaps most notably 2012's "Journey," which is available for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and, since 2019, both iOS and Windows PC. "Flower" is also available for PlayStation 3 and PC.
Future plans for "Sky: Children of the Light" include Android, Apple TV, MacOS, PC and unspecified console releases.
iPad Game of the Year: "Hyper Light Drifter" by Abylight, Heart Machine
Originally developed by Heart Machine and boosted by a successful crowdfunding campaign, "Hyper Light Drifter" launched in 2016 on PC, Mac and Linux before finding its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later in the year. A Nintendo Switch version, also courtesy of Abylight, followed in 2018.
Mac Game of the Year: "Gris" by Nomada Studio, Devolver Digital
Gris made its graceful entrance late on in 2018 for PC, Nintendo Switch and MacOS; August's equally well-received iOS edition was followed by a PlayStation 4 version that landed in November 2019.
Apple TV Game of the Year: "Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap" by Lizardcube, DotEmu
Fans of this retro-style adventure can find it on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, where it debuted in 2017, launching on PC, Mac and Linux a few months later.
As it's a remake of the 1989 Sega Master System original, console collectors can try to track it down for that, or for the TurboGrafx-16 console and Sega Game Gear, while an iOS version delivered to the Japanese App Store in 2011.
Apple Arcade Game of the Year: "Sayonara Wild Hearts" by Simogo, Annapurna Interactive
Part of the Apple Arcade subscription service, "Sayonara Wild Hearts" was simultaneously released in September for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.