It’s safe to say that not everything runs smoothly with since it just fired another 300 employees. However, the company’s games division puts together a strong library of titles. Among them are exclusive mobile ports from various beloved indies such as and just Netflix another with †
Netflix subscribers have exclusive access to Into The Break on iOS and Android starting July 19. It’s the exact same turn-based strategy title available on PC, and Stadia, albeit with a touch interface revamped for smaller screens.
Into The Break was one of † You control three mechs and the main goal is to protect structures from monsters known as the Vek. Each card has its own goal and you have a set number of turns to complete it. The main twist is that, when it’s your turn, you’ll see exactly what the monsters will do on their next move, what Into The Break a puzzle game. Since it is a roguelike and the scenarios are generated procedurally, no two runs are the same.
When Into The Break Coming to iOS and Android next month, Subset Games will release a major update for all platforms. The studio the free Advanced Edition Update will expand almost all elements of the game. It adds more mechs, weapons, enemies, challenges, pilots and skills. Support for seven more languages will be added — Arabic, Thai, Swedish, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and Spanish (Latin American) — bringing the total to 17. A physical edition for Nintendo Switch will also be released later this year.
Netflix’s gaming push started small but has prepped significantly in the past year. Among the well-regarded Indies, it counts as exclusive mobile devices † and for your eyes† the latest FMV game from Her story and Telling lies creator Sam Barlow, coming to Netflix Games, as it is from Monument Valley studio Ustwo.
Netflix also has a range of original games. Those include some based on its own properties – such as: † The Queen’s Gambit and money robbery – as well as the will of the fantastic from Downwell creator Ojiro Fumoto. Netflix aims to have 50 games available to subscribers by the end of the year.
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