Netflix games, the streamer’s game subscription service that comes with a Netflix subscription, has grown over time to include nearly 90 games across various genres. The platform adds new games to the service every month, which can be played on Android phones and tablets, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Now Netflix Games brings four new titles inspired by popular movies and shows to the streaming platform. As part of its ongoing Geek Week 2023 showcase, Netflix has announced Money Heist, Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold, Chicken Run: Eggstraction and The Dragon Prince: Xadia – all mobile titles coming soon to Netflix subscribers.
Based on Netflix’s popular crime series Money Heist, this new mobile title focuses on the original heist from the series. A narrative-focused title, Money Heist will let players embark on the La Perla Museo de Barcelona heist with the original team from the series. The game will combine narrative choices that affect the outcome and light puzzles. The trailer for the game shows the crew from the series, with different dialogue options to choose from.
Shadow and Bone: Enter the fold
Based on the Netflix fantasy series Shadow and Bone, this new mobile title takes players back to the Grishaverse. Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold is set between seasons 1 and 2 of the show and appears to be a top-down RPG with a focus on trait-based dialogue choices.
Chicken Run: Egg Extraction
Chicken Run: Eggstraction is a top-down stealth action game from the creators of the Chicken Run movie. Inspired by Netflix’s upcoming stop-motion animated comedy Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget, the game is coming soon to Netflix Games on mobile devices. Pictured as a heist game by its developers – “Grand Theft Auto chickens”, the game came up as an idea during the making of the film, as a means of expanding the Chicken Run universe. The game is currently in development and is expected to arrive next year.
The Dragon Prince: Xadia
This new title is based on Netflix’s animated fantasy series, The Dragon Prince. A more combat-focused experience, The Dragon Prince: Xadia is a hack-and-slash looting action RPG that can be played with friends. Team up to defeat the evil forces of Xadia, where each co-op player controls a unique hero wielding different weapons. The combat and art style is similar to Supergiant Games’ acclaimed top-down action RPG Hades. The Dragon Prince: Xadia will arrive on the Netflix Games platform on mobile next year.
A recent one report claimed that Netflix redoubled its efforts to bring more games to its subscribers and is focused on adding higher quality titles to its roster. The report also said the streamer would reportedly add games based on its hit shows to its Netflix Games platform, with planned mobile game adaptations of Squid Game and Wednesday arriving in the coming months. Back in July, Netflix added Games Queen’s Gambit Chess, based on its popular The Queen’s Gambit series starring Anya Taylor-Joy, to the Netflix Games service on both Android and iOS. The streamer is also working on bringing select titles to TV, PCs and Macs.