I’m three new games coming up Netflix Gaming, a recent initiative from the streaming giant that offers mobile games exclusively to subscribers, without ads and without in-app purchases. A model similar to that of Apple Arcade, except that it is tied to the main subscription. Two are available today, while the third, which is the first FPS offered by the service, will arrive “soon”. Here are the details, but first remember: the downloads are free from the App Store and Play Store, but to play you must log in with your Netflix account.
We can call it one more modern version of Arkanoid: Initially launched in 2009 on PlayStation 3, it added 3D graphics, special effects and new ways of conceiving and designing levels to the legendary brick breaker. It had been quite successful at the time; it can also be found on Steam for a few euros, if you are interested.
THIS IS A TRUE STORY
Netflix describes it as a puzzle with a strong narrative component. About her It tells the story of a woman from the Sahara and her daily difficulties in finding water for herself and her family. As the title implies, the story is based on testimonies and interviews from real people.
Explore a stunning hand-painted landscape in this detailed storytelling puzzle game based on real events and interviews. Withstand a storm, catch poachers, and even befriend a goat! Adventure and information await you everywhere as you search for water and admire the natural beauty of the Earth. Features Include:
- An original short story based on real events and interviews
- Stunning hand-painted decorations
- Simple and intuitive controls
- Puzzle, hidden objects, side scrolling gameplay and more
- Dozens of exciting chapters to discover
- Original soundtrack
INTO THE DEAD 2: UNLEASHED
To be precise, it is a mixture of FPS and running gameand as it’s pretty easy to guess from the title and trailer, it’s set during a “dear old” zombie apocalypse. This game has actually been available to everyone for quite a while on Android And iOS, but contains advertising and in-app purchases. We do not have more precise details, but we imagine that the Netflix version will be “free” of both.