With these games, the entertainment company becomes a tough rival for those who want to offer mobile game subscriptions.
|No te pierdas nada y ¡Síguenos en Google News!
As part of its Geeked Week event, Netflix has announced the addition of prominent indie games. These games are added to their growing collection of games. With over 80 games currently available to subscribers at no additional cost, the streaming platform seeks to further diversify its interactive entertainment offering. Of course, you can enjoy Netflix games on Galaxy devices and Samsung TVs.
The big news is the release of Hades, a roguelike platformer that delves into the intriguing Greek mythology. This 2020 hit, awarded and critically acclaimed, will initially be exclusive to iOS devices, although unfortunately, we don’t have confirmation on when Android users will be able to play it, but it shouldn’t take too long.
Netflix crowns itself as the best mobile gaming subscription
Another highly anticipated title is Braid, an independent classic that debuted in 2008 on the Xbox Live Arcade service for Xbox 360. The Anniversary Edition will arrive for iOS and Android users on April 30, 2024, with notable improvements such as enhanced audio, hand-repainted graphics, refreshed animations, and new puzzles, along with 15 hours of developer commentary.
On the horizon, Death’s Door is glimpsed, a top-down adventure inspired by The Legend of Zelda, originally released in 2021 and gained attention by entering Xbox Game Pass in January 2022.
The game offering expands even further with titles like Katana Zero, which joined Xbox Game Pass in October 2020, and other games based on Netflix shows and movies. Among these, Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold, already available, and upcoming releases such as Chicken Run: Eggstraction and The Dragon Prince: Xadia, as well as the highly anticipated La Casa de Papel, based on the successful series, scheduled for release in 2024.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.