Streaming giant Netflix announced several new Netflix games on Android and iOS devices on Tuesday, March 22, available free to all subscribers with no ads, fees, or in-app purchases required, according to a press release from the company.
“Whether you fancy a casual game for straight-up fun or an immersive experience that lets you dig deeper into your favorite stories, there are a variety of mobile games to explore and many more to come this month. “, says the press release.
Among the releases this month are “This Is A True Story” from Frosty Pop, and “Shatter Remastered” and “Into The Dead 2: Unleashed”, both from Pik Pok.
Subscribers can download Netflix games from the Netflix mobile app on release day at 2:00 p.m. PT or from the Apple or Google app store at 10:00 a.m. PT if you don’t want to wait.
Android mobile users will see a dedicated games row and games tab where they can select games to download, while iOS mobile users will see a dedicated games row to select and download games.
Tablet users will see a row dedicated to games or can select games from a drop-down menu to download and play.
Related: Netflix tests membership sharing for a fee
Last week, Netflix announced it was considering adding a new feature that will allow account holders to share their subscriptions beyond their own household for an additional fee.
Netflix plans to test username and password sharing features for users in Chile, Costa Rica, and Peru. Standard and Premium plan members can add up to two people who live elsewhere, each with their own profile, personal recommendations, username and password.