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Netflix Launches 5 Android Games For Subscribers Worldwide



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Netflix  has finally expanded from movies to games as it has launched five Android Games For Subscribers Worldwide.

Back in July, Netflix confirmed it was going into games.

The streaming service had said that it would be delving into games for mobile devices and that we would probably see them arrive within a year.

Well, the games are here, four months later.

The company launched five game titles available worldwide on Android smartphones and tablets.

It follows testing of three of the games in select European countries back in September.

The five games are:

Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games)

Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop)

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Teeter Up (Frosty Pop).

How to enjoy the games:

Netflix says any subscriber with active Netflix subscription will access the games for free.

First, load the Netflix app, which has a new dedicated games row and games tab.

Then, select any of the games to download them.

Also, if you’re using an Android tablet, the games are available in the categories drop-down menu.

You can also access them on the same new dedicated games row.

Netflix says you can play the games offline after downloading them.

Default Language and Multiple access:

Netflix said each of the five games will default to your chosen language if it’s available, or default to English otherwise.

Also, the company said you can play the games across multiple devices.

What it means is that you can move from a smartphone to a tablet and back again as you like.


Netflix said if you are using a kids profile, then you will not be able to access the games.

It said the games are for adults only, so parents don’t need to worry.

Netflix says it will continue to improve the experience, but more importantly, add new games “in the months ahead.”

The streaming service is viewing this initial offering as just a first step and “the early days of creating a great gaming experience.”


Anthony Chinonso Ogbonna is the editor of Techuncode media. He is a seasoned journalist whose stint cuts across broadcast, print and, especially, the online media. A graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Anthony holds a Masters Degree in Multimedia Journalism. He aligns his belief with those of world tech communities, holding tenaciously that the world is solely driven and can only be best with tech. Furthermore, Anthony believes that technology is simple, fun and is not what one, especially Africans, should be scared of, hence, his passion for telling compelling stories about tech in ways relatable to the ordinary user. He has his hobbies in reading and designing (new hobby though.)