Netflix’s final day of Geeked Week was all about video games, whether it was upcoming video games adapted into Netflix series and movies or a dozen new mobile games coming to Netflix’s new gaming initiative. In fact, 12 new games were announced, and here’s a list of them all!
Netflix’s gaming efforts began in November 2021, and 22 games have since been released on the platform, with highlights including Exploding Kittens, Shatter, and Stranger Things 3.
The Complete List of New Netflix Games Announced at Geeked Week 2022
Too Hot To Handle
Too Hot To Handle, Netflix’s dating reality series, is also being adapted into a video game. It is currently in its third season and has been renewed through season four.
La Casa De Papel: The Game
Money Heist has been on Netflix since its final season, but as you’re probably aware, Netflix isn’t finished with the franchise. A Korean spin-off will be released in July, and a Berlin spin-off is in the works, but we’ve also learned that a video game adaptation will be released.
KillaSoft, a Colombian video game development studio, is working on the game.
The Queen’s Gambit: Chess
Any ideas on what kind of game this will be? If you guessed soccer, you should have your head checked.
Of course, it’s chess, with many of the faces from the TV show making an appearance. We’ve known for quite some time that The Queen’s Gambit would be adapted into a video game.
Lucky Luna: Lucky Luna
Coming to Netflix in Summer 2022
Each level introduces new mechanics and environmental features that allow you to explore in new ways. The only catch? There isn’t a jump button! Swipe left and right to guide Luna as she goes deeper into each enchanting and perilous world. You’ll have to use your surroundings and your wits to reach what lies beneath and assist Luna in finding her true path.”
Desta: The Memories Between
Coming to Netflix in 2022
Desta: The Memories Between, developed by ustwo games, the same team behind the critically acclaimed Monument Valley game series, is coming to Netflix on mobile exclusively.
Reigns: Three Kingdom
Reigns: Three Kingdoms, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, immerses players in the turbulent final years of the Han dynasty. There, they will encounter the saga’s many factions, wars, and heroes as they negotiate, marry to strengthen alliances, and convert to gain more power. Discover new ways to enjoy Reigns’ unique swiping mechanic while uncovering the many secrets of a massive storyline and a slew of unexpected mini-games.
Terra Nil is an ecosystem reconstruction reverse city builder. Convert a desolate wasteland into an ecological paradise teeming with diverse flora and fauna. Then clean up, leaving the environment in pristine condition. Terra Nil, which subverts the builder genre, is about restoring a ravaged environment.
Now available on Netflix Games
Poinpy, a Doodle Jump-esque platformer that has you scaling the world created by Moppin, the developer of the beloved Downell franchise, is the most recent game to come out of Devolver Digital.
Wild Things: Animal Adventures
This new Netflix version of the beloved match-3 game genre, with Candy Crush being the biggest name in the space, has you rescuing cute animals, exploring an immersive world, and building your dream habitat.
Raji: An Ancient Epic
This game from Nodding Head Games and Super.com, which was first released on PC in August 2020, is now available on Netflix Games.
Raji: An Ancient Epic is a role-playing game set in ancient India. The gods have chosen a young girl named Raji to stand against the demonic invasion of the human realm. What is her fate? To save her younger brother and confront the demon lord Mahabalasura.
Thunder will release it in 2022. Spiritfarer, which was previously available on PC and consoles, is now available exclusively on mobile through Netflix Games.
Spiritfarer is a relaxing management game about death. You play Stella, a Spiritfarer who transports the dead. Build a boat to travel the world, then befriend and care for spirits before finally releasing them into the afterlife.
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