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Netflix Games start for Android, iOS will be supported later

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Rumors over the past few weeks and months have suggested that Netflix is ​​working on its own range of games. This is now available as Netflix Games.

For a few weeks now, it has been increasingly noticeable that Netflix is ​​buying up game companies. In addition, was in several reports It is clear that the streaming provider is working on its own range of games. Now the company has announced that the Netflix Games will start on Android and will also be available for iOS over time. It can be assumed here that one still has to struggle with the rules for the App Store.

Netflix Games: Which titles are there at the start?

At the beginning you can play a total of five games. Are there too Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting hoops, Card blast and Teeter Up. The selection is not yet large, but you can expect that the game collection will grow even larger over time. However, when extensions are planned, Netflix still left open.

All games available at launch are available individually from the Play Store. You can find them on the same Developer site like the Netflix app, whereby they are additionally marked with a small logo of the service. Later there will also be a separate area for this in the own Netflix app, where the entire range is listed. Your own account is required to start.

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