From Netflix, we have enough examples of series salvaged from traditional TV that have been a huge hit on its platform, but so far we haven’t seen discontinued games salvaged to make it a part of the mobile game show.
That’s exactly what happened with the popular racing game Asphalt Xtreme, from Gameloft, which ceased to be available on October 1 this year, and thanks to Netflix licensing the game from Gameloft, that title is now starting to be part of the company’s mobile game offering, they say in it Take Crunch.
And from Gameloft they have already given the title of this game to consumption, having been in development between August 2015 and September 2017, and closed completely to the public on September 30, 2021, and is no longer available in app stores last October 1, as we discussed.
Asphalt Xtreme, along with the recent debut of Bowling Ballers, are two new game titles that will be exclusively playable by subscribers of Netflix On their mobile devices, both on Android and iOS.
In this regard, Asphalt Xtreme is slowly starting to spread worldwide, which is scheduled to be launched in the coming weeks in the United States, while Bowling Ballers has been available from the beginning of the month to subscribers around the world.
Bowling Ballers is a level-based bowling game belonging to Frosty Pop, the developer of two other mobile games also available on Netflix: Shooting Hoops and Teeter Up, which have so far accompanied the Stranger Things games alone.
As with the rest of the Netflix mobile games, it will be necessary for the two new titles to subscribe to the platform and access the titles through the Netflix app, with availability No additional cost, no ads and no in-app purchases.
This could already give us an idea of where Netflix could go in the future, so it may also be possible that we’ll see other games that have also been left out by the developers.
It is already a matter of the arrival of new mobile game titles on the platform, although we must always keep in mind that they are a complement or added value to the presentation of the content of films and series that they already offer in their increasingly extensive catalog of content.
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