Netflix just announced the availability of mobile games on its platform. The games are currently only available for Android users, but iOS compatibility is “on the way,” according to the business.

Netflix claims that its mobile game collection will be available in several languages supported by the service, with the games defaulting to the preferences indicated in your Netflix profile. Members will now be able to use the same account to play games on multiple mobile devices.

Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games), and Teeter Up (Amuzo & Rogue Games) are among the five mobile games available from the firm recognised for its digital streaming service (Frosty Pop). Here’s how it’ll go down:

How to use the Netflix Android app to play games

First: Users will require a Netflix Membership package to access the company’s first collection of games. Make sure the Android app is up to date before using it.

Second: Android smartphone users will have access to a separate games row and games page, where they may download the game of their choice. From the categories drop-down menu, Android tablet users will notice a dedicated games row to download and play.

Third: Go to the games section of the menu. If you don’t see it on your profile, look through your account’s other profiles. It could show up there. You’ll find a variety of games on the page under the games tab.

Fourth: Select a game from the list. We tapped on the Stranger Things game, and Netflix asked us to open the Play Store to download it. After that, simply hit install and begin playing. When you first start the game, Netflix will ask who is playing, and you can select a profile and begin playing.

To guarantee children’s safety, the games will not be available on their profiles. Users who have set up a PIN to protect children from accessing adult profiles will be required to input it in order to log in to Netflix and play the game, according to the firm.

Some games will require an online connection, while others will be playable without it. Netflix has claimed that it intends to create games for all levels of players, including beginners and experts.

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