Netflix adds two new games, including Gameloft’s Asphalt Xtreme

Netflix, which made its official entrance into the mobile gaming world with the tests it started in Poland in August, made its games globally available on both Android and iOS earlier this month. 

Together with Netflix Games, Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games) and Teeter Up (Frosty Pop) mobile games were made available in the first place.

Now, Netflix has added two new titles to its catalog. Asphalt Xtreme, the racing game developed by Gameloft, which is among the legends of the mobile game world, and Bowling Ballers, developed by Frosty Pop, have been added to Netflix Games. 

Gameloft had shut down Asphalt Xtreme in September.

Developed by Frosty Pop, the developer of Shooting Hoops and Teeter Up games, Bowling Ballers is a game in an “endless run” format similar to Temple Run, one of the most important games in the mobile game world.

According to the information shared by Netflix, the Bowling Ballers game is currently available for all global users. Asphalt Xtreme, which was launched this week, will be available to all users in the coming weeks.

As Netflix previously stated, there are no ads and in-app purchases within the games which will be included with users’ Netflix membership, with no additional cost. Subscribers will also be able to play mobile games on multiple mobile devices on the same account. If you hit the device limit, the app will notify you so you will be able to log out of unused devices or disable them remotely via the browser.

Written by Maya Robertson

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