Netflix Announces Its First Mobile Video Games

Netflix has announced that subscribers will be able to play five video games on Android mobiles. They will not have an extra cost for users who already pay Netflix, they will not include ads and they will not include micropayments.

Netflix's first five video games will be Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Card Blast, Teeter Up, and Shooting Hoops. They are all relatively simple video games and clearly developed for mobiles. They are very far from the own productions of Sony, Microsoft or Nintendo for their platforms.

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Netflix, in an official statement, assures that "we are still at the beginning of this adventure, but we are very excited to be able to offer these exclusive video games to our members, without ads and without purchases within the application", so it is to be expected to make more launches in the coming months.

In order to access the games, Netflix users will have a new tab in the official application and there will also be their own content carousel for them.

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Once the game has been downloaded to the mobile, it can be accessed directly from the Netflix application or from the game's own icon, as if it were a normal game installed from the PlayStore.

It is not yet clear if Netflix will allow these video games to be played on televisions through the applications of these screens. There is also no estimated release date for these games on Apple devices.

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