Netflix recently launched its plan to add video games alongside your video platform subscription, at no additional cost. They are titles for Android with a small width but will expand over time – and, in principle, without removing previous offerings. we had Do you have more information about this event?And Cards BlastAnd swinging and two inspired by a series of podium, Stranger Things: 1984 And Stranger Things 3But by surprise Two more have been added: bowling ball And Xtreme Asphalt.
bowling ball Available exclusively to subscribers – which means it Cannot be purchased on Google Play– It consists of a endless runner With a little twist: Instead of avoiding obstacles, as in these kinds of games, The goal is to get rid of more pins than the competitors. Its makers say, “Hit objects instead of dodging them. Mechanisms include skateboarding, flying, etc., all with simple and intuitive gameplay dynamics.”
Xtreme Asphalt Instead it was launched in 2016 and it allows us to Compete between canyons, dunes and other tracks with off-road vehicles: Ago big truck 4×4 to Modified Car, a BuggyUnstoppable racing car or truck. It allows up to eight users to play online in harsh conditions across the glaciers of Svalbard, the Alps, the jungles of Thailand, and more. These cars are customizable to apply upgrades and configurations, and in total offer five game modes, more than 300 races and more than 1,100 teacher challenges.
There are no ads or in-game purchases
One of the aspects that distinguishes Netflix is that it is these games You have no ads and there are microtransactions inside the app, which are usually the barriers that prevent more enjoyment of these games – especially among young people -.
At the moment, Netflix has not announced any plans or timetables for more additions, but then Get Night School Studio developed for Oxenfri, it seems clear that The intent is to support this catalog in the long term.
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