Netflix is ​​adding four more games this month, including ‘Exploding Kittens’ –

Netflix has announced four more games to launch on its platform this month, including a new Exploding Kittens game that is based on a popular card game and will also be linked to an upcoming Netflix series that will premiere in 2023. The four new titles bring Netflix’s game catalog to 22 games in total.

Developed by Direwolf Digital, the Exploding Kittens game retains the classic gameplay of the original card game, where players draw cards to avoid the Exploding Kitten. Users can play with two new exclusive cards, Radar and Flip Flop, allowing players to manipulate the deck in new ways. The new Exploding Kittens game will launch on May 31 in more than 15 languages.

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One of the other titles that makes it onto Netflix’s list of games is Dragon Up, developed by Canadian developer East Side Games. In the single player adventure game, players come out and collect rare dragons to save their kingdom. Netflix notes that to make the game feel more magical, the graphic style is inspired by Scandinavian design and illustrations from early storybooks and fairy tales. The game is launching today in more than 30 languages.

The second game is called Townsmen – A Kingdom Rebuilt and is the first game from Netflix from Germany from developer HandyGames. The game sees players build a medieval city, make smart financial decisions and do whatever it takes to keep their people happy. The game is available in more than 15 games today.

Finally, Netflix is ​​adding a game called Moonlighter from Spain from developer 11 Bit Studios. In this RPG adventure game, players manage a shop in an idyllic village during the day. At night, players explore dungeons, kill monsters, and unlock mysteries. Moonlighter is rolling out in over 15 games today.

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To access the titles on Android, you need to tap the new Games tab in the Netflix app for Android where the games are listed. After selecting a title, users are taken to the Google Play Store to install the games, just like any other app. Once the games are downloaded, they can be played at any time by tapping them in the Netflix app or on the home screen of an Android device. For iOS, Netflix uses a similar system where users are directed to Apple’s App Store for downloads.

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