is expanding its library of mobile games, but they're still only available in a few countries for now. Subscribers in Spain and Italy can now play the Android selection of games, joining members in Poland.
While the were based on one of its top series, Stranger Things, the latest ones have nothing at all to do with its shows or movies. Instead, Shooting Hoops, Teeter Up and Card Blast are casual titles with broader appeal in mind, as notes. Still, they're part of an effort by Netflix to expand into other areas of entertainment.
Netflix 🤝 videojuegos. Desde hoy los usuarios de España pueden probar algunos juegos desde nuestra app de Android. Estamos muy al principio del desarrollo y se vienen muchos títulos más. pic.twitter.com/myBcXSArmQ
— Netflix España (@NetflixES) September 28, 2021
If you're in one of those three countries, you'll see a Games tab in the Netflix Android app. When you tap on a game, you'll be taken to its Google Play Store listing. You'll download the game from there and sign in using your Netflix credentials. The cost of the games is covered by your Netflix subscription — they don't have any ads or in-app purchases. The new games are now live in the three countries, while folks in Spain and Italy have gained access to Stranger Things 1984 and .Engadget, Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics, tech