Netflix is serious about gaming, and while the firm lacks a track record in this segment of the entertainment industry, it needs to start somewhere if it wants a seat at the big revenue earners’ table.
Netflix Inc announced today that after testing its games service in certain locations, its entire collection of games is now available to all Android users who pay for a Netflix membership. Despite the fact that the collection is fairly small, we are guaranteed that additional titles will be added in the future.
Netflix customers may now play five smartphone jobs games, including Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast, and Teeter Up, beginning today. It’s worth noting that these games don’t include any commercials, extra fees, or in-app purchases, so all you need is a Netflix subscription.
On their Android devices, Netflix customers will have a separate games row and games page where they may choose any game to download. On the same account, these games can be played on various devices. Keep in mind that while some games require an online connection, others can be played without it.
Source: Phone Arena