Netflix has announced that it will publish its first mobile games globally, initially for Android devices, but according to a recent source, the company is aiming to distribute its mobile games on iOS separately through the App Store.

Mark Gurman said in the most recent issue of the Power On newsletter that, in order to comply with Apple’s requirements, Netflix planned to release its games as independent titles on the App Store.

Netflix will distribute each of its games on the App Store separately, allowing customers to access them through the Netflix app. They will not, however, be downloadable or playable within the app.

Users will be referred to the App Store to download Netflix games, but once installed, gamers will be able to play them directly from the Netflix app.

Android games work similarly to iOS games in that they must be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

Meanwhile, Netflix subscribers on Android may now play Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo and Rogue Games), and Teeter Up (Amuzo and Rogue Games) (Frosty Pop).

On the same account, members will be able to play games on multiple mobile devices.

If you reach your device limit, we’ll notify you, and you may sign out of any devices that aren’t in use or deactivate them remotely on Netflix.com to make room.

While some mobile games will require an online connection to play, others will be available to play offline, making long journeys and locations with poor Wi-Fi much more bearable.

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