Netflix’s shy first step into video games

In recent days, video games have landed on Netflix’s mobile offering. A still very light foray designed to further expand its catalog.

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Thomas Casavecchia

Journalist from the Multimedia department
By Thomas Casavecchia

Published on 11/14/2021 12:08 PM
Reading time: 4 min

CIt is not really what could be called a grand arrival. Without ads or too much communication, Netflix has effectively released five video games earlier this month within its app.

In recent days, subscribers to the video-on-demand service using an Android phone can find six games in the Games tab of the Netflix app. When you click on one of them, you return to a page of the Google Play Store that will open allowing you to download it. Apple phone users, meanwhile, should find these games directly in the store.

The service, free if you already have a subscription, is intended to be “premium.” Therefore, the games are available at no additional cost, without advertising or in-app purchase. It is true that these are not essential games here and that they justify a subscription to the Netflix subscription in themselves, but they are still effective and well produced.

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