According to Netflix, Netflix adds two more games and will soon release its first-person shooter title. The two games are A True Story, Shatter Remastered.
The Netflix mobile app for Android and iOS has a dedicated games section where customers may download their favourite games directly from the platform for their devices.
“Shatter Remastered,” the first new game, is a retro-inspired brick-breaking game from PikPok of New Zealand. The game is a revised version of Shatter, a PlayStation 3 game from New Zealand developer Sidhe that was first released in 2009. Global leaderboards are included in the updated mobile-optimized edition, allowing users to compare their high scores to those of other players across the world.
“This Is A True Story,” the second title, is a game aimed at raising awareness about the scarcity of safe drinking water in some regions of the world. Frosty Pop collaborated on the game with Charity: Water, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in poor nations. The game depicts a real-life effort by a Sub-Saharan African lady to provide water for her family. It allows players to explore a hand-painted countryside while weathering a windstorm, catching poachers, befriending a goat, and more.
Netflix app users can currently play more than 15 games. The Netflix app for Android and iOS will feature a separate section for games. Select and download any game you like. It is also possible to play these games on tablet computers.
How do I get access to Netflix’s newest videogame offerings?
In order to play these games, all you need is a Netflix account. After that, the game will have no adverts, fees, or in-app purchases. For those who don’t want to wait, Netflix says you can download games through the Netflix mobile app on the day of release at 2 pm PST or from the Apple or Google app store at 10 am PST.
In addition to the dedicated games row and a games page, Android and iOS users will be able to download any games of their choice. A dedicated games row is available on the home page for tablet users, or they can choose the desired game from the drop-down menu.
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Developed by New Zealand-based PikPok, “Shatter Remastered” is a retro-inspired brick-breaking game. Users can compare their high scores with those of other players from around the world on the global leaderboards included in the newly mobile-optimized edition.
With its second release, “This Is A True Story,” the developer aims at bringing attention to the fact that some parts of the world do not have adequate supplies of safe drinking water. By partnering with Charity: Water, a non-profit organisation that aims to offer clean and safe drinking water to people in poor nations, Frosty Pop produced the game. Storytelling in this video game is inspired by a genuine storey about a sub-Saharan African woman’s daily struggle to provide her family with water. Real conversations and experiences were used to create the game’s hand-painted setting, which includes windstorms, poaching and the chance to become friends with the goat.
Running and shooting combine in Into The Dead 2: Unleashed. It’s all about protecting yourself and your loved ones against the onslaught of zombies. The sequel to the popular zombie action game Into the Dead, armed players must fend off ever-increasing zombie dangers while traversing perilous terrain,” Netflix states. A wide variety of weapons, explosives, and guns can be upgraded in this game.