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Netflix Games Adds Four New Titles to Its Roster

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Netflix Games, the company's mobile gaming service, debuted in 2021 with only five games. Only one year later, that collection of games has grown to over 40 games. Resulting in a much more appealing selection of mobile titles. The most exciting news, as of recently, appeared to have arrived at The Game Awards 2022, when award-winning Valiant Hearts: The Great War announced its sequel, Valiant Hearts: Coming Home, which will be released in early 2023, exclusively for Netflix Games members.

While that was a big title to secure for the up-and-coming mobile gaming app, even bigger news has been shed today. A surprise game release by Netflix has announced four new games that will also be available on the mobile gaming service, two of which will be available today. These are Kentucky Route Zero, a critically acclaimed indie adventure, and Twelve Minutes, a time-loop murder mystery game. Both of these titles have received praise for their amazing art direction and compelling story, making them yet another huge pair of titles acquired by Netflix Games.

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More New Titles for Netflix Games

However, that's not all that was announced. Arriving on Netflix's mobile gaming service in 2023 is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT): Shredder's Revenge, and Vikings: Valhalla. TMNT: Shredder's Revenge is an arcade street-style beat 'em' up that was nominated for Best Action and Best Multiplayer at the 2022 Game Awards. Though, the game ultimately ended up losing in both categories. Nonetheless, this game has undoubtedly been a highlight this year for fans of arcade-style fighting games.

Tilting Point's, Vikings: Valhalla, is the third Tilting Point game launching on Netflix Games. Inspired by the Netflix show, Vikings, the video game counterpart, Vikings: Valhalla sees players take on the task of building Viking clans and settlements in a conquest and seize type strategy game. Regardless, if you enjoy Sid Meier's Civilization series, this is one mobile game that shares many similarities.

Together, these four titles add a lot to Netflix's mobile gaming service. Giving it a more diverse roster of games and a more compelling reason to game on mobile with Netflix.

So, what’s your take? Are you excited about these titles coming to the mobile gaming service? Are they intriguing enough to now start gaming on mobile with Netflix? Let us know in the comments below or over on our socials here!

Riley Fonger is a freelance writer, music lover, and gamer since adolescence. He loves anything video game-related and grew up with a passion for story games such as Bioshock and The Last of Us.