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Netflix Games: Game Streaming Is Arrived, But It's Not For Everyone

The streaming giant has announced the arrival of its video game service under the name Netflix Games, which will first be made available only to Android device users spread across 190 countries.

As soon as the service is made available on the iOS platform, it will compete more directly with Apple Arcade, fostering an evolution in the development of this type of mobile experience.

Those interested with an Android tablet or smartphone can enjoy Netflix Games from today, with the promise of a soon arrival to Apple equipment.

Netflix Games starts with limited catalog

Netflix Games

Since the company is taking its first steps in this video game streaming market, its main objective is to build a catalog of titles capable of offering something for all types of audience, focusing on the quality of content.

For now, 5 games will be made available to subscribers: Stranger Things: 2000 , Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast and Teeter Up.

As with rival services, you’ll need to subscribe to Netflix Games to enjoy the games that won’t have ads or in-game purchases. If you have the app installed on your Android device, you’ll see a new “Games” tab there. There you can select the game you want, download it and play.

Netflix managers promise more games in the future, with the coming months already bringing some new features to the library of offers. For now, we can only wait for the addition of a more important franchise to realize if we are effectively facing a project with legs to go or just another inconsequential bet to capitalize on a rapidly growing industry.

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