Netflix Games Expands With Two New Titles

Netflix Games Expands With Two New Titles. Two new interesting titles have joined the Netflix Games roster, both of which remain exclusive to the streaming services available on iOS and Android.

Netflix Games Expands With Two New Titles

For this particular round, the expansions bring along with it Dungeon Dwarves from Hyper Hippo, and Hextech Mayhem: A league of Legends Story from Riot Games, and the two games are both created for free-to-play, assuming that you are in possession of a Netflix subscription.

Netflix Games Expands With Two New Titles

Players are expected to make a payment of $9.99/month to $19.99/month, depending on the plan, in other to access the two games along with the rest of Netflix’s video and game streaming libraries.

When it comes to other games in the company’s catalog, you would be required to be in possession of a Netflix app installed on your smartphone in order for you to play them, as the platform doesn’t currently offer support play through a console or computer.

If you happen to have installed it, both the Dungeon and Dwarves and Hextech Mayhem should already appear in your game’s library. Also, you can choose to find them listed on their respective app stores, but you still would need to be in possession of a Netflix subscription to Play the two of them.

Details of Netflix’s Two New Games

Dungeon Dwarves

This game comes from the team that created adventure capitalist and touts itself as an “idle dungeon crawler” kind of like Cookie Clicker, but with lesser baked goods and more life-threatening subterranean exploration.

You would be required to tap your way through some assortment of dungeons while discovering loot and fighting baddies making use of a team of dwarves, each with upgradable special abilities and ever-improving equipment. And ever since it is an “idle” game, your dwarves would continue digging even when you are not playing actively.

Hextech Mayhem

Hextech Mayhem, is an official League of Legends spinoff that includes Ziggs and Heimerdinger from the main game, and is a little bit more hands-on and billed as a “fast-paced rhythm runner.”

In practice, what this means is that the players get to perform the right actions at the right time in other to keep the music going. But if Ziggs cannot maintain its pace and get caught by Heimerdinger, his plans to build the world’s biggest bomb would come to an end.


If you have any plans of giving any of the games a shot, know that it neither supports cloud saves, so your progress would get limited to whatever device (iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, or Android tablet) you decide to continue playing them on. Also, it is worth you noting that while Hextech Mayhem does offer support to offline play, you would require an online connection in order for you to keep on playing Dungeon Dwarves.


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