Best Netflix Games To Play

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 You may have noticed the price of your Netflix subscription has gone up, and that is because you now have access to a library of games. Whether you are on mobile, PC, or using your TV, there is now an abundance of games you can access!

Here are some of the best Netflix games you can play right now.

25. Death’s Door

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If you’re a fan of Soulslike titles, Death’s Door is a great one to get stuck into. With the option to play this on your PC for free with your Netflix subscription, it’s the perfect time to see if you are a fan of Soulslikes.

Playing as a crow in an isometric world, you have to fight your way through to find your assigned soul so that you can reap as your job requires. This game is also somewhat of a sequel to their previous game, Titan Souls. If you enjoy Death’s Door, you can generally pick up Titan Souls at a discount!

24. Sonic Mania Plus

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Sonic Mania Plus is everything you love about the original Sonic Mania, but with some extensions and added Sonic goodness. This re-release adds two new characters to play and new game modes to enjoy. If you find that the original game isn’t challenging enough, give the Encore mode a go to see if that’s more your style.

If you’re someone who isn’t sure if they’re a Sonic fan and don’t want to commit money to a franchise you may not enjoy, this Netflix game is the perfect way to try it out.

23. Before Your Eyes

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If you’ve been looking for a game that is beautiful in terms of art and story, Before Your Eyes is it. However, be warned that you will definitely need some tissues if you’re playing this game. This game is best played with a webcam so that you can utilize the blink feature. Be careful not to blink too much, though! You’ll miss the story. Although, it may be difficult to stop yourself when the tears start flowing.

Before Your Eyes is a wonderful experience that will stay with you long after you’ve played it.

22. Kentucky Route Zero

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Kentucky Route Zero has a fantastically unique art style and comes as a point-and-click adventure game. If you’re looking for something with a fascinating story behind it, this game is the way to go. Kentucky Route Zero has one of the most unique art styles I’ve personally ever seen in a game, and that’s what makes it so lovable and makes it stand out from the crowd.

The title is also available to play as you see fit through Netflix Games, whether on your mobile device or PC. 

21. Oxenfree

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If you’ve been searching for a creepy thriller, Oxenfree is the perfect game. Having to use radio signals to explore the abandoned world around you, you begin to uncover some fascinating secrets.

Be warned, though, that there are some triggering topics covered in this game, as well as some jumpscares every now and again. This game won’t let you stay comfortable for too long.

20. Bloons TD 6

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Bloons TD 6 is delightfully simple and a perfect arcade-style game you can play on PC or mobile. If you want something quick and easy to pass the time, this is a great addition to the Netflix Games library.

Using a variety of monkeys with different abilities to pop bloons and defend your base, Bloons TD 6 can get surprisingly intense as you progress through the levels and difficulty. This game is a great way to pass the time or procrastinate your work.

19. World of Goo Remastered

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First released in 2008, the game has gone on to be remastered so that you can get that hit of nostalgia with this puzzle game. Whether you play it on PC or Mobile, there are many head-scratching levels to complete.

Making your way through the levels by manipulating the goo, you have to work out the solution in these physics-based puzzles.

18. Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens Is Coming To Netflix Games
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Exploding Kittens is a fast-paced card game that will surely keep you on your toes. While some may prefer to play it with the actual cards, you can now play it on PC and Mobile! 

This game can be a bit tricky to learn, but once you’ve got all the basics down, you can play against friends, family, and strangers all across the globe. Don’t get too comfortable playing this game, as the odds can change at any point, and you may find yourself with the Exploding Kitten in your deck!

17. Heads Up!

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Heads Up! Is a great party game that you can play on your mobile. While this was originally a paid app released in 2013, the game is now available through Netflix Games if you don’t want to fork out for it.

This game is excellent if you like guessing games where your partner has to try to describe something to you without saying what it is. Be warned, though, that it may test some of your relationships!

16. Storyteller

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When it comes to puzzle games, Storyteller is one of the more unique ones out there. The gameplay mechanics make this one a bit harder than others in the genre. As a result, it can take a while to solve some of the puzzles.

However, if you’re a fan of challenging puzzles, Storyteller is the perfect game for you. Whether you play it on PC or Mobile, a great experience is bound to be had either way.

15. Word Trails

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There are plenty of word games out there, but Word Trails is a tonne of fun if you’re looking for a game to play on your mobile to pass the time. 

In a crossword format, you have to unscramble letters to make new words that complete the crossword. There are also daily challenges to complete if you get stuck on a level or complete the game.

14. Moonlighter

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Moonlighter is a gorgeous action RPG that can be rather challenging at times. There are mini-bosses, quests to complete, and a beautiful story to accompany it. Moonlighter features a stunning art style and some lovable characters. Will you be able to become the hero you dreamt of so long ago? 

When it comes to unique protagonists, this game features one of the best: An ever-so-curious shopkeeper with the biggest desire to explore and become a hero in his own right.

Whether you want to play this game on PC or mobile, Netflix Games has you covered. Moonlighter is certainly a game you won’t regret checking out.

13. Cats & Soup

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Cats & Soup is delightfully simple. It’s the perfect mobile game if you just want a little pick-me-up by looking at cute cartoon cats. The game is exactly what it says on the tin: Cats making soup!

There isn’t a whole lot to do in the game other than upgrade your station and hire more cats, but sometimes those kinds of games are the best. It’s relaxing and simple; you don’t have to stress about ads popping up every five seconds.

12. Game Dev Tycoon

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Game Dev Tycoon is a tonne of fun despite being a simple game. You get to be a game dev and use different combinations to try and make successful games to expand your company. Be warned, it’s not as easy as it looks!

This is a great game to get stuck into if you’re looking to waste some time or want something that doesn’t require a lot of brain power.

11. Immortality

Immortality’s Three Nominations Don’t Do The Game Justice
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If you’re looking for a game that requires a lot of thinking, Immortality is it. This beautiful game is available on Netflix Games, and the story will be sure to stick with you after you’ve finished the game.

Created by the developer who made Her Story and Telling Lies, this phenomenal game will make you feel like a great detective. The twists and turns in this game are sure to shock you. Just when you think you’re on the right path, the game flips everything on its head.

10. Spiritfarer

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It’ll make you laugh; it’ll make you cry. Spiritfarer is an experience that everyone should try out at least once. Not only is it a fantastic resource management game, but there are hours and hours of gameplay with a beautiful soundtrack and story.

You can now play it on your PC or mobile device. 

9. Football Manager 2024

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Have you ever wanted to manage your own football team? This is the game for you! If you’re a sports fan or just looking for a simulation game to enjoy, Football Manager 2024 is the way to go.

It sounds easier than it looks. Once you get into the game, you’re sure to sink far too many hours into the game.

8. Into the Breach

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Into the Breach is a game that is time-consuming and requires some dedicated thought to be able to succeed. It’s a turn-based strategy game where you have to control mechs to defeat the oncoming alien threat.

This game can be incredibly challenging and may take a while to get into. However, once you do, you’re bound to have a blast with it.

7. Terra Nil

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Terra Nil is a magnificent, beautiful game about turning a barren wasteland into a lush, green, thriving ecosystem. This game can be a little bit tricky to get into as there is a lot to learn, but nothing beats a strategy simulation game, in my opinion.

It’s a truly stunning game and can be quite relaxing once you get into the game. If you’re unsure whether Terra Nil is for you, Netflix Games has got you covered.

6. Dead Cells

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Dead Cells is a great game if you like fast-paced metroidvanias. However, this game can be incredibly challenging. With the use of Netflix games, you also now have the option to play it on your PC or mobile, depending on what suits you best.

The game also has plenty of DLC to enhance it, should you find yourself completing the base game and wanting more.

5. This Is a True Story

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This Is A True Story is a mobile-specific game created by Netflix. It features a stunning handpainted background full of vibrancy and color. When it comes to unique mobile games, you won’t regret getting stuck into this one. The art style makes the game that much more homely and inviting, and you’re sure to get immersed quickly.

This game is based on true events and interviews that have been conducted, allowing you to feel a deeper connection to the characters and stories you encounter in the game. 

4. Valiant Hearts: Coming Home

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Valiant Hearts is a loved franchise by many, and with the release of Valiant Hearts: Coming Home being just around the corner, we are sure that this game will be just as loved.

This game has a homely graphic novel art style, and you get to dive deep into the stories of the people who were around during World War I and the experiences they faced during that time.

3. Farming Simulator 23

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Have you ever wanted to try out being a farmer? Farming Simulator 23 is the perfect game for that. Farming Simulator 23 is one of the most in-depth in this ongoing franchise and has plenty for you to do. Whether you like to cut grass, buy more land, or focus on machinery, there’s something for everyone.

This game can be difficult to get stuck into, as there is a lot to learn and understand. However, once you’ve started, you’ll struggle to stop!

2. Desta: The Memories Between

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Created by the developers who brought you Assemble With Care and A Little To The Left, this game is entirely different. It features a gorgeous art style with lovable characters, but the gameplay is a physics turn-based strategy-style game.

It combines a lot of fascinating elements in this game, and there are some truly tricky bits to try and wrap your head around. You may find yourself getting stuck quite a bit in this game if you struggle with physics-based puzzles, but Netflix Games allows you to play it for free, so you can see if the game is for you!

1. Hades

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If you like roguelikes, you’re bound to love Hades. Set in a Greek Mythology world, you get to play Zagreus, the witty son of Hades. It’s your task to battle your way out of Tartarus and try to reach the top without dying.

Of course, it is never that simple. There are plenty of lovable characters to interact with along the way and a lot of fun weapon combinations to try. Hades is a fantastic game, and you won’t regret trying it.

Netflix Games has a strong library of games, and this isn’t even all of them! There is something for everyone, even the CocoMelon-loving kids. Check out the library on your phone or PC, and see what game tickles your fancy.

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Written by Amy Eastland

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