With today’s update, two additional games have been added to the list including a once-popular racing title returning from the grave.
Asphalt Extreme To Be Revived By Netflix
Asphalt Xtreme is one of Gameloft’s many racing titles available on smartphones. At least, it was, before the title was shut down in September of this year.
The game focused on taking the usual racing style off-road, with a wider variety of cars to race.
Development ended in 2017, four years before Gameloft pulled the app from mobile phones altogether.
It must’ve caught Netflix’s eye, as the app will become available for subscribers over the coming weeks.
The trailer for the relaunched Asphalt Xtreme has only one meaning: this version of the game has been reworked from the ground up, removing in-app purchases and making it exclusive to Netflix users alone.
In some ways, it’s a similar approach to competitors like Apple, snatching up mobile games and reviving them without costly ads or micro transactions.
If you were formerly hooked on Asphalt Xtreme, you’ll need to grab it from the Netflix app to start playing again.
It doesn’t sound like it’s coming back to the Play Store anytime from now. The other game arriving soon is Bowling Ballers, another title from developer Frosty Pop.
It’s an additional casual title from the makers of Card Blast and Shooting Hoops, it promises a “bowling endless runner” experience. If Asphalt isn’t your thing, you might want to try it.
It’s available now for all Netflix subscribers around the globe.
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