Netflix games exceed 8 million downloads, according to Apptopia | Pocket Gamer.biz

According to mobile app intelligence platform Apptopia, Netflix’s mobile games roster has surpassed eight million downloads since the games began rolling out in November 2021.

Currently sitting at a modest 12 titles, Netflix’s most downloaded game is Teeter (Up) with over 820,000 installs. Teeter (Up) was one of five games released at the initial launch, alongside Card Blast, Shooting Hoops, and two Stranger Things games.

The most recent game added to the service is Arcanium: Rise of Akhan from indie game studio Supercombo.

Netflix first launched its games service on November 3, 2021, with staggered game releases to follow. The company has already shown it’s willing to leverage its own IP for mobile games, so it’s likely there will be more to come based on other Netflix original series in the future. to come up.

Netflix’s move to make a name for itself in the mobile gaming space is likely not an attempt to become a top mobile game publisher, but rather an attempt to alienate consumers from competitors in video streaming services.

In addition to releasing games, Netflix has also remained active in the gaming space through partnerships, such as the recent crossover Free Fire and Money Heist, as well as several series based on video games, including the upcoming anime series Tomb Raider.

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