New Delhi: Netflix has taken a big step forward in terms of its gaming ambitions. Customers can now download five free mobile games for Android and iOS from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store and play them on their tablets and phones. Netflix entered the mobile gaming market earlier this month with the release of five Android games, followed by an iOS debut a few days later.
In a blog post, Netflix revealed how its new games section will work. Games, like all Netflix content, will be arranged in a specific row or category and included in the normal subscription with no additional fees, ads, or in-app purchases. Multiple users can play the games with the same subscription as long as the device restriction is not exceeded, although Netflix has not provided a particular number.
While some games will require an internet connection, “others will be playable offline,” according to Netflix, and the games are not allowed on children’s accounts, which is surprising. The firm began its gaming journey with five titles: Stranger Things from BonusXP: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops and Teeter Up from Frosty Pop, and Card Blast from Amuzo & Rogue Games.
Netflix games are available in several different languages. This means that players can play in Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, and Tamil, among other Indian languages.
Here’s how to get to Netflix games:
- Log into Netflix using the Netflix app on your smartphone.
- Netflix games can be found on the main page or in the games section.
- Select the game you want to play.
- On your smartphone, go to the app store and download the game.
- To play, download the Netflix app.
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