Netflix announces new titles of games

Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) announced the release of three smartphone games on Tuesday, with a fourth coming later this month, as the streaming service famed for its movies and TV shows expands its investment in interactive entertainment.

East Side Games’ Facebook game Dragon Up was re-released as a Netflix mobile product, as was Spanish developer 11 Bit Studios’ role-playing adventure game Moonlighter. Townsmen – A Kingdom Rebuilt, a strategy game by German developer HandyGames, has been remastered for Netflix mobile.

The Apple App Store and Google Play Store both have all three mobile games accessible.

Exploding Kittens – The Game will be available on Netflix mobile on May 31. The famous card game was modified for mobile devices by Direwolf Digital.

Since establishing the games effort in November 2021, the firm has bought three studios: Finland’s Next Games, Texas-based Boss Fight Entertainment, and Night School Studio, best known for its eerie mystery adventure “Oxenfree.”

These four games boost the total number of games available on Netflix to 22.

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