8 Amazing Netflix Games You Must Play Today

Whether you prefer an action-packed Hollywood blockbuster, a dark K-Drama or a platform-exclusive series, Netflix has it all. Even better, Netflix is ​​available on virtually any device, from your TV and smartphone, to a powerful Android tablet.


While Android already boasts a huge library of games, including a selection of excellent RPGs, Netflix launched an ever-expanding games division in November 2021 to complement this library. The best part? All current subscribers can benefit from playing curated games.

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All you need is a mobile device and an active Netflix subscription. As of now, there are over 20 games available. Some of the titles are ports, while others are Netflix exclusives. While Netflix’s game catalog is relatively small, we’ve found 8 titles you’ll want to try.


1. Asphalt Xtreme

Asphalt Xtreme is a Netflix exclusive to the popular Asphalt racing series. It looks like a hodgepodge of Burnout eliminations and frantic off-road racing from Sony’s Motorstorm games.

Asphalt Xtreme offers a plethora of licensed vehicles to choose from. Nimble rally cars like the Ford Focus and Mitsubishi RS will easily drift around corners. Conversely, Chevrolet and Hummer’s monster trucks will belittle anyone who gets in the way. Furthermore, the game offers several control options right from the start. Steer by tilting your phone or using on-screen controls and choose between automatic or manual acceleration.

2. Bowling dancers

Niko, he is Roman. Let’s go Bowling. Oops, wrong game. Bowling Ballers is probably not what Roman had in mind, but it is perhaps one of the most unique bowling experiences you can have on a mobile device.

In this game, you take control of a bowling ball. Each level sees you driving past obstacles and ramps. Collect coins and smash pins to rack up points along the way. Reach the finish line and move to the next level. The ball rolls automatically, so you just have to guide it left or right. But the later levels test your reflexes more than anything else.

3. In the breach

Into the Breach is a challenging tactical RPG that requires you to think carefully about your every move. It puts you in control of the mechs to protect humanity from the attack of giant alien insects. The levels follow a grid pattern populated by foliage, friendly structures, enemies and your units. The parties involved take turns strategically moving their units and trying to outsmart each other. Each mech has its own unique abilities and weaknesses.

A combat mech hits like a tank and pushes enemies onto adjacent tiles. Meanwhile, a mechanical cannon fires a powerful laser beam at distant enemies. A misplaced attack could endanger the integrity of a friendly facility or even lead to the death of one of your teammates.

4. In the dead 2

Who said the zombies were dead? Well, technically they are. But Into the Dead 2 makes fighting the undead exhilarating and fun. It’s a fast-paced, track-based shooter that follows a man trying to get home to his family. All you have to do is lead his race through seemingly endless hordes of undead.

Do you have enough bullets to take out the next horde? Will you be able to reload before your character reaches the next group of zombies? More importantly, do you risk running through a horde to get a box of supplies conveniently wedged between them? Each level presents you with similar decisions between risk and reward.

5. Via Krispee

Krispee Street is a lively hidden object game in which you search for people and objects based on clues. Each clue gives you a small snippet of the target image. It is then up to you to go through the whole scene and match the fragment to the correct person or object.

Finding images successfully gives you points for unlocking power-ups to help you find scenes more easily. For example, a handy thermometer warms up as you get closer to the target scene. Finding a man with a flower on his head and a boombox in his hands is easy. But good luck finding a croissant in a busy park.

6. Moonlight

Do you love The Legend of Zelda? Because Moonlighter works like an isometric Zelda game. It revolves around descending into dangerous dungeons, but there’s more. As the name suggests, during the day you work as a shopkeeper in a quaint town. It is up to you to organize the goods, determine the cost and welcome the customers. How much is that weird looking rock worth? Whatever you say it is. Those gullible people wouldn’t know better.

When night falls, get ready to go on a hunt for the most precious trinkets. Equip weapons and armor, fight monsters lurking deep underground, and avoid deadly traps. Collect the loot and earn enough cash to fund your next expedition, and the cycle repeats itself.

7. Stranger Things 3: The game

Based on the Netflix Originals series, Stranger Things 3: The Game is an interactive accompaniment to the show’s third season. This isometric adventure features the signature synthwave soundtrack and horror from the series paired with dark humor.

Of course, Stranger Things 3 lets you play the show’s key characters, including Mike, Lucas, Steve, and many more. Use conventional everyday items to battle enemies and seamlessly switch between characters to solve environmental puzzles. Exploration rewards you with money for purchasing upgrades and costumes, among other things. Costumes not only provide characters with a stat boost, but also change their appearance.

8. Stranger Things: 1984

Another? Well, yes, things can get weirder. Just like Stranger Things 3, this is an isometric adventure game, albeit with more cartoonish graphics. Additionally, Stranger Things: 1984 focuses more on solving puzzles than fighting in Stranger Things 3. Once again, take control of the show’s characters. Play as Hopper, Lucas, Nancy and Eleven; each has unique attributes and abilities.

For example, Hopper hits like a tank, but can’t access hard-to-reach areas like Lucas with his slingshot. To progress, you must use the unique characteristics of each character.

Buckle up for more games coming to Netflix

We could end the list with another Stranger Things game – Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales – but it’s not out yet. In fact, many more games will arrive on Netflix in 2022 and beyond. Meanwhile, some great games have been unsuccessful. Please leave a comment with the best game you have played through Netflix so far.

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