- You must have already heard/read the latest news related to Netflix. Yes, they have come a long way from being a movie and TV show streaming platform to a gaming platform. It has introduced games in a bid to provide its users with newer experiences. Let’s explore more on Netflix video games in the current blog post. Let’s start then without much ado.
- No matter whether you are a Netflix user or a game fan, you will still love this blog post for sure.
- In this blog post, we will be covering everything that you should know about Netflix Video games – prerequisites; basics of gaming; names of the games; fees, apps, and in-app purchases; availability of Netflix games; association with other gaming studios; and head of Netflix Gaming Division.
Table of Netflix Video Games and Download links of Netflix Video Games
|Netflix Video Games||Download links of Netflix Video Games|
|Stranger Things 3: The Game||Android link, ios link|
|Stranger Things: 1984||Android link, ios link|
|Shooting Hoops||Android link, ios link|
|Card Blast||Android link, ios link|
|Teeter (Up)||Android link, ios link|
- In order to play Netflix games, you need to install the same on your device. What are the compatible devices? An Android Phone or Tablet that has Android 8 or newer versions. You can even play Netflix games on iOS phones or iPods as per the latest announcements. But, the device should run on iOS 15 or newer versions. Above all, you will need to have a Netflix subscription. How will you use the games on your device? Either from the dedicated games tab on your device or by downloading the games from Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store. After you have downloaded the games, you can use them directly from the Netflix app.
Basics of Gaming on Netflix
- Through the maturity rating of Netflix games, you can make well-informed decisions regarding gameplay. You may ask, “Where will I get the general game settings like sound settings?” Well, that would be in the games’ “Settings” menu. If you want to play Netflix games on multiple devices from your Netflix account, you can do so without any hassle. Netflix, however, will notify you in case you reach the device limit. In case you want to clear up space, you can log out of devices that you don’t use to play Netflix games or scratch out those devices from the list of your “downloaded devices”.
Names of the Games
- Netflix has introduced five games for its subscribers across the world. They are Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games), Teeter Up (Frosty Pop), and Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop). Netflix Games will also be bringing the most recent spinoff of League of Legends for its users. The game is titled Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story.
Fees, Advertisements, and In-app Purchases
- Do you want to learn some wonderful facts about Netflix games? We are sure they will bring a huge smile to your face. You don’t have to pay any extra fees for playing mobile games on Netflix nor will you be disturbed by annoying advertisements. Not only this, but there also won’t be any in-app purchases for playing games.
Availability of Netflix Video Games
- If you use Netflix for streaming movies and TV shows, you must be aware of the fact that they are available in many languages. That does not change for games on Netflix either. You can even have access to games in vernacular languages such as Punjabi, Marathi, Bengali, Hindi, Tamil, and many others. The default language, however, is English in case you have not selected a language of your choice. Netflix games cannot be accessed from the “Kids” profile. You can prevent your children from playing games using your profile by entering a PIN. Netflix has designed games for all levels of play and all kinds of players – beginners to advanced players.
Association with Other Gaming Studios
- Netflix has joined hands with gaming studios like BonusXP. It has even bought Night School Studio, a video game developer, and introduced 5 game titles to some European markets as a part of its efforts to test its new plan.
Head of Netflix Video Gaming Division
- Verdu, who had been associated with Facebook for developing content based on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), has been roped in as the head of Netflix’s gaming division. He also has experience working in other gaming companies such as Electronic Arts, Zynga, Kabam, and Legend Entertainment, among others.
- It is exciting to see such a big platform entering a popular arena – games. But, only time will tell if Netflix will taste success with its new efforts. Also, it is to be seen if it keeps being a leader as far as video streaming is concerned. We are yet to learn about its plans to reach TVs. As of now, let’s be happy with mobile games introduced by Netflix.