Netflix subscribers can now access all kinds of mobile games with their login. Tonight’s first five matches were announced via the live streaming service. This is Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Loops, Blast Cards, and Swing.
Netflix says it will create a “game library that offers something for everyone.” The company will add more games in the “coming months”. There are no additional costs for games, in-app purchases, or ads.
“Like our series, movies and specials, we want to design games for every level of play and every type of player, whether you’re a beginner or a lifelong player,” the company said.
First only Android, and the latest iOS
The games are available on Android via the Google Play Store and can be played after logging into a Netflix account. The Netflix Android app on phones and tablets also has a row and tab dedicated to games.
The games will also be coming to iOS at a later date, according to Netflix. The company hasn’t said why the games aren’t available on iPhone and iPad yet. Apple scans every game in range App Store Strict and the iPhone maker generally refuses subscription services around games.
It can also be played offline
Some new Netflix games can also be played offline “to make those long trips and areas with poor WiFi more bearable”. Games are not available on children’s profiles.
Netflix also says it is working on subtitles for games. If Dutch is not available, the English version will be displayed.
More and more competition
For Netflix, the move to gaming is a new way to retain subscribers as competition in video services continues to increase. By offering add-ons, the company hopes that customers will keep their subscription for longer. Netflix has also been producing podcasts about certain series for some time and has an online store to promote in some countries.
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