etflix subscribers should be grinning from ear to ear at the news that they’re getting three games for free through their account. One is an educational game to promote World Water Day, one is a harrowing and gritty zombie shooter, and other is a remaster of a absolute classic from the PlayStation 3.
So, all you need to grab these goodies is an active Netflix account and an iOS or Android device to play these games.
he first on the list is This Is A True Story, an emotional narrative experience using real life events and interviews to show the journey of a young girl’s search for water for her village. It’s got a gorgeous art style as well as an original soundtrack and it lets players to explore a the hand-painted landscape all while surviving a windstorm, catching poachers… and even befriending a goat. The game was developed in collaboration with charity: water, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries.
an educational role-playing game created to “share a true story of a Sub-Saharan African woman’s daily struggle to get water for her family
he second is Into The Dead 2, which is, expectedly, the sequel to Into The Dead. The trailer is giving me major Telltale’s The Walking Dead vibes and there are multiple endings to explore as well as additional story events that put your survival skills to the test. Moreover, the player is able to adopt a dog in the apocalypse.
a zombie-apocalypse shoot-’em-up described as the “ultimate runner/shooter hybrid.”
The game features multiple chapters, dozens of stages (such as oil fields and military bases), hundreds of challenges (i.e., navigating burning forests and frozen mountain tops). Players can unlock and upgrade extras like weapons, firearms and explosives.
crossing treacherous terrain… Maim, mow down, and eliminate the Dead – anything to keep moving
nd third on the list if you’re looking for something a little more action-packed, Shatter Remastered. It’s a new version of the 2009 original on the PlayStation 3, offering a new spin on the brick-breaking games of your youth like Breakout. Shatter Remastered adds power-ups and bosses, turning a casual classic into something much more intense. This version includes global leaderboards, so you aren’t just competing against your neighbor — you’re playing against the entire world. Shatter Remastered. The remaster only exists thanks to a random post on the Internet wondering if it would ever happen.
“Shatter Remastered,” is a retro-inspired brick-breaking game from New Zealand developer PikPok. The game is an updated version of Shatter, a game from New Zealand developer Sidhe that was originally released on the PlayStation 3 in 2009
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