The most well-known TV shows on Netflix include Squid Games, Peaky Blinders, Stranger Things, and Sacred Games. However, the business has been growing, and few people know that Netflix is also shifting toward gaming. While the company eventually hopes to have a game selection akin to Xbox Games Pass and PlayStation Plus, at the moment, it has to offer simple arcade games on Google Play and Apple App for Android and iPhone smartphones, respectively.

Here is what you need to know if you want to check out Netflix’s games for free.

How to play Netflix games
Google Play and the Apple App Store offer access to the complete library. According to Netflix, its games are compatible with the iPod touch, iPhone, tablets, and Android smartphones and tablets.

The games don’t include commercials, extra costs, or in-app purchases. Users must have a Netflix subscription to access these games because they are part of the service. Currently, Netflix has almost 40 titles available to stream. You can try these well-liked books in the interim.

1984 in Stranger Things

The popular Stranger Things Netflix series served as inspiration for the game. Join Hopper and the kids for brutal missions around Hawkins — and the Upside Down — in this stylized retro adventure filled with collectibles, according to the game description.

Be Warned! Amazon Edition
The party game is only accessible to Netflix subscribers. One player holds the object to their forehead while the other players attempt to guess its name.

Unleashed from Into the Dead 2
The smartphone game’s zombie apocalypse setting equips you with a variety of potent weaponry to combat the growing zombie threat. If the zombies reach the players, they will lose.

Additionally, Netflix introduced a user-friendly website for users to assess their internet speeds in 2016.

The website measures each user’s Internet connection at any given moment. The speed index calculates the typical monthly Netflix stream speeds.

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