Netflix Games: Netflix Introduces 5 New Games in App Option, Available to Android Users Only: Netflix has made a strong first impression. Gaming has been added to the streaming platform. Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Card Blast, Teeter Up, and Shooting Hoops are the five games that Netflix announced on Tuesday as part of its entrance into gaming. With this new front, it hopes to maintain and grow its global user base. These games are only available for Android users at this time, and there is no news for iOS users.
On an Android phone, members will see a dedicated games row and games page where they may download any game. On an Android tablet, members will see a dedicated games row or be able to download and play games from the categories drop-down menu.
🎮📱 Let the Games Begin📱🎮
Tomorrow, Netflix Games will start rolling out on the Netflix mobile app. First on Android, with iOS on the way.
It’s early days, but we’re excited to start bringing you exclusive games, with no ads, no additional fees and no in-app purchases. pic.twitter.com/ofNGF4b8At
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) November 2, 2021
On the same account, members will be able to play games on multiple mobile devices. If you reach your device limit, we’ll notify you and, if necessary, you can sign out of devices that aren’t in use or deactivate them remotely on Netflix.com to free up a slot.
While some mobile games will require an online connection to play, others will be available to play offline, making long journeys and locations with poor Wi-Fi much more bearable.
The Company has been testing its mobile games feature in Poland, Spain, and Italy for quite some time now. Currently, the gaming features are only available on Android smartphones, but Netflix has confirmed that iOS compatibility is on the way.