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Two new games have arrived in the catalog

Two new games have arrived in the catalog

Netflix Games is available for twenty days in France (Android only), and offers subscribers of the streaming platform to play on mobile devices directly through the official application of the platform. Today two titles are added to the catalog.

Asphalt Xtreme and Bowling Ballers arrive at Netflix Games

Available now, Asphalt Xtreme is the first addition to Netflix Games. In the program you can participate in frenetic races. Race across the dunes, charge into the canyons, slide through the mud and fly over your opponents to reach the finish line and win the different Asphalt Xtreme races. The game has been available since 2016 on mobile devices and has been acclaimed by the gaming community. It allows you to drive various vehicles like 4 × 4, buggy or even monster truck in beautiful landscapes from the Gobi desert to the jungle of Phuket.

So the second title is Bowling Ballers, a somewhat particular game that moves away from the traditional bowling games to orient itself a bit more towards the type of runner. You have to throw the ball and make it go as far as possible and dodge all the traps and try to knock down as many pins as possible. Bowling Ballers is a title developed specifically for Netflix by Frosty Pop (a studio that has already developed the games Teeter Up and Shooting Hoops for the platform).

League of Legends is here!

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Following the enormous success of the Arcane series (whose second season has already been ordered), Netflix is ​​preparing to launch a musical game in the League of Legends universe. Hextech Mayhem will be a music broker that is expected to arrive very soon to Netflix Games for all subscribers of the platform at no additional cost.

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Finora, Netflix Games has già cinque giochi with Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3, Shooting Hoops, Card Blast and Teeter Up.

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