After a short period of limited testing in Spain, Italy and Poland, Netflix’s Android gaming service – Netflix Games – has officially been released to users globally.
Netflix’s goal in this ambitious project is to provide the growing community of smartphone gamers with a unified platform that enables them to discover richer experiences around their games. favorite game.
The only requirement for those who want to join Netflix Games is that they will also have to own a Netflix subscription account. But in return will receive a lot of benefits, such as an ad-free gaming experience, no additional fees, and no in-app purchases…
Currently, Netflix subscribers using Android globally can now experience Netflix Games, with 5 supported games including:
- Stranger Things: 1984
- Stranger Things 3: The Game
- Shooting Hoops
- Card Blast
- Teeter Up
Users only need to download these games from the Google Play Store, then require a Netflix account to be able to play immediately. The number of supported games is still relatively limited, but will be added gradually over time. In addition, similar to the streaming service on Netflix, users can use the same account on many different mobile devices quite conveniently.
Going forward, Netflix will release its games right in the main app. When accessing the Netflix app on Android, users will see a dedicated tab that includes all available games.
Netflix Games will also come to the Apple ecosystem user community in the near future, but the specific time has not been revealed.