Earlier this year, Netflix announced that they would be creating gaming content for its users – it has now been released globally for Android users to try, while the iOS version is still being developed.
Currently, there are five games available: Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast, and Teeter Up. Starting today, users can download these games via the Google Play Store but can launch them straight from their Netflix app. However you will require a Netflix subscription to get all of the games for free.
For those of you who have updated your Netflix app on your Android device to the latest release; you will now see a dedicated row for the new games. Some of the which will require an internet connection to play, but others can be played offline once downloaded.
Netflix has not made this feature available to any kids’ profiles yet. However, if you have an existing subscription , you can play these games on multiple devices; but only one person can be playing at any time.
This feature has been tested for a few months in countries like Poland, Spain, and Italy. So for now, it seems that the only stable versions are on Android devices, but iOS support has been confirmed. To find out more about the service, you can go to the official Netflix about page for more information.