Netflix has taken many measured steps to enter into the mobile game industry. From launching five games last November to acquiring Oxenfree developer Night School Studio to boost its games service, the streaming giant is walking in its aimed direction steadily. The company has now launched two new games. One is Hextech Mayhem, a rhythm runner and the other one is Dungeon Dwarves, a dungeon crawler. The first title was initially released on PC and Nintendo Switch last year. However, both Hextech Mayhem and Dungeon Dwarves are exclusive for Netflix subscribers.
From what we saw in Netflix’s current game line-up, some titles have a distinct story and already have an exclusive fan base i.e. Stranger Things is based on a Netflix original series, Hextech Mayhem is based on the popular MOBA title League of Legends.
Overview of the latest two titles from Netflix
Both of the titles are free to download and include no in-app purchases or ads, but players would need a Netflix subscription. Hextech Mayhem and Dungeon Dwarves are visually rich and have high-quality gameplay. Here is an overview of the just-released two games from Netflix.
Hextech Mayhem is a new rhythm runner game based on League of Legends IP featuring League of Legends stars, Ziggs and Heimerdinger. In this fast-paced rhythmic mayhem, players have to bomb to the beat and groove to the mayhem. This pick-up-and-play lets the players meet the classic legends while exploring the bustling backstreets in the magical city of Piltover. After the huge acceptance of Arcane, this game will be a feast for the LoL fans once again. Players can download the game from the Google Play Store and App Store.
An epic dungeon crawl adventure where players will make way through deep dungeons, fight as a team and show their enemies what Dwarves are made of. The game includes exploring dungeons, vanquishing monsters, and collecting goodies to upgrade warriors’ abilities and weapons. Players can download the game from the Google Play Store and App Store.