In terms of its gaming goals, Netflix has made a significant leap forward. Customers can now download five free Android and iOS mobile games and play them on their tablets and phones from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Netflix first entered the mobile gaming industry with the release of five Android games earlier this month, followed by an iOS debut a few days later.
Netflix explained how its new games section will work in a blog post. Games, like all other Netflix content, will be organised into a distinct row or category and will be included in the standard subscription with no extra fees, commercials, or in-app purchases. Multiple users can play the games on the same subscription as long as the device limit isn’t exceeded, though Netflix hasn’t specified a limit.
While certain games will require an Internet connection, Netflix claims that “others will be playable offline,” and games are not allowed on children’s accounts, which is odd. BonusXP’s Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game, Frosty Pop’s Shooting Hoops and Teeter Up, and Amuzo & Rogue Games’ Card Blast were the company’s first games.
Games on Netflix are accessible in a variety of languages. This implies that gamers can play the games in a variety of Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, and Tamil.
Here’s how to get to Netflix Games on your computer:
- Use the Netflix app on your smartphone to sign in to Netflix.
- Netflix Games can be found in the games section or on the home page.
- Choose the game you’d like to play.
- Go to the app store on your smartphone and download the game.
- Download the Netflix app to play the game.