‘Stranger Things’ Among Five Games Which Netflix Subscribers Can Enjoy on Their New Gaming App

Published 11/03/2021, 11:41 AM EDT


Netflix has rolled out five mobile games for its subscribers. On 3rd Nov 2021, Netflix officially announced some games which are now available to the global audience. The games are available for android users to download from the Play Store via Netflix’s new gaming app. And the best part is, there are two Stranger Things games.

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Unfortunately, Apple users have to wait a little more because the iOS version is still being worked on.

This isn’t the first time that the company has launched mobile games. A few months back, the company launched some mobile games, which were exclusive to the European market.

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After a series of news and speculation, finally, the global subscribers can also enjoy these games, which means the games also support multiple languages.

Netflix has kept its word about not charging any additional cost to the subscribers. And all that anyone needs to play these games is a Netflix Subscription and the games won’t include ads and in-app purchase options either. The accessibility of these games is very similar to the streaming services. As confirmed by the company, a lot of new games are on their way in the coming months.

Following is the list of games that are available right now:

  • Stranger Things 3: The Game
  • Shooting Hoops
  • Teeter (Up)
  • Stranger Things: 1984
  • Card Blast

Netflix: gaming and future 

As of now, it’s a very smooth transition of the streaming giant into the gaming market. Last month, the company acquired its first-ever gaming studio, which marked a huge achievement for the company. Post this acquisition, Netflix also announced that soon the company will launch its first-ever non-mobile game in the market.

With an increase in market competition, it looks like Netflix will not slow down in terms of offering video games as a part of its streaming service. Mike Verdu, who is the vice president of the game development division in Netflix, says:

 Just like our series, films and specials, we want to design games for any level of play and every kind of player, whether you’re a beginner or a lifelong gamer. 

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“And we’re just getting started. We’re excited to continue improving our mobile gaming experience and adding to our entertainment offering in the months ahead. 

“So what are you waiting for? Let the games begin 🎮📱.”

Comment down and let us know what you think of Netflix’s venture into the world of gaming.

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Swetabh Shekhar

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Swetabh Shekhar is an eSports author at EssentiallySports and holds a Master's degree in Mass Communication. He has been playing video games since his childhood days and has witnessed the evolution of the gaming industry. GTA, Assassins Creed, Call of Duty, and The Walking Dead are some of his all-time favorites.

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