Good News for Netflix Subscribers! Launched 3 new free games


Netflix has launched three new games on its platform for Android. The company has added three more new games to its gaming list, namely Wonderputt Forever, Knittens and Dominoes Cafe. With the addition of these three, the total number of games has now gone up to 10. The first video streaming platform offered games like Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast, Teeter Up, Asphalt Xtreme and Bowling Ballers. These games were also well liked by the viewers. Like the previous games, the new games can also be downloaded and played at no extra cost to Netflix subscribers. It is also being said that Netflix may soon release these new games on iOS.

The addition of these games to Netflix was first spotted by Android Police, and was independently confirmed by Gadgets 360. The new games Wonderputt Forever, Knittens and Dominoes Cafe can be downloaded from the Play Store. You can also find Bowling Ballers and Asphalt Xtreme which were reportedly added “less than two weeks ago”.

Android users who want to play new games can select them through the dedicated Game Raw or Games tab available on the Netflix app for mobile devices. They can also access the category menu on the tablet, and then download selected games through the Google Play store. You can also search for the game on Play Store and install it from there. Once downloaded, the game can be accessed directly through the Netflix app.

As mentioned earlier, Netflix subscribers are free to download and play all three of these new games. Netflix is ​​not charging any extra for allowing mobile games to be played on its platform. These games are available absolutely free of cost to the subscribers. So if you are a Netflix subscriber then you can enjoy them. Netflix first introduced games on its platform for Android last month and a week later for iOS.

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