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After Android, Netflix launches five new mobile games for Apple users. How to download & use with your existing account

After Android, Netflix launches five new mobile games for Apple users. How to download & use with your existing account

After Android, Netflix launches five new mobile games for Apple users. How to download & use with your existing account

Earlier this month, Netflix officially entered the gaming zone by launching its mobile game service for Android users. Now the streaming giant has announced that it is launching its games for iOS users.

Not one but Netflix has announced five mobile games for users: Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games), and Teeter Up (Frosty Pop).

The games went public and became available to users on Wednesday. These are the same games that were earlier announced to Android users.

How does this work?
These Netflix mobile games are available on Android and iOS devices when you log into your Netflix profile. Android and iOS users will see a dedicated games row and games tab where they can select any game to download and play.

However, these mobile games won’t be downloadable and playable within the app itself. Users will be redirected to the App Store or Google Play Store to download the games. But if you have the games downloaded already, then players can launch the games from within the Netflix app after installing them on the device.

Users can play games on multiple devices as per the profiles on their account. Once you hit your device limit, Netflix will send you an alert. The mobile games are also safe and not available on kids profiles created on any Netflix account and to add extra layer of safety, users can also set up a PIN to prevent kids from having access to these games on the device.

While some games may require an internet connection, others will work just fine and be available to play offline. This will also make those long commutes slightly easy and also help with those areas that have bad Wi-Fi.

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