Technical journalist Mark Gorman claims that Netflix Games for mobile will be ported individually to the Apple App Store, and like Android, you’ll need to download them separately from the digital store. He claims that after looking at the Netflix app code for iOS.
When a user taps on a game icon in the Netflix iOS app, it will do so According to Gorman You are redirected to the App Store, where the respective game must always be downloaded separately. If this is already done, the game will open outside the Netflix app and can be played. On Android, Netflix games are also downloaded separately via the Google Play Store and it is possible to use the game page within the Netflix app as a hub.
According to Gurman, the top of Netflix is thinking about streaming games via the cloud infrastructure. According to the journalist, this is not an issue on Android, but the company is soon experiencing restrictions via iOS.
beginning of november Advertise Netflix To start offering games to Android users as part of their subscription. These games have been in the overview between movies and series since this month, and will have a separate page. The Netflix game catalog currently includes five games: Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast, and Teeter Up. The goal is to expand this library of games in the near future. Playing these games does not cost anything extra and does not include any in-app purchases. It is not yet known when the Netflix games for iOS will be released.