Netflix is bringing the Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales game to its platform with new gameplay based mostly on the content material from Season 4 of the present. Customers will be capable to play as new characters options in Season 4 on this no-ads sport as the corporate continues its push towards gaming.
Customers have to resolve puzzles on this sport to beat enemies like Demogorgons and different supernatural monsters. Within the course of, they will accumulate as much as 50 variations of characters from the present. The corporate describes the sport’s graphics as “nostalgic Nineteen Eighties Saturday morning cartoon artwork model.”
Stranger Issues: Puzzle Tales was first launched in 2021 and it was removed from the App Store and Play Store in August after Netflix acquired the game’s publisher for $72 million. At the moment, the streaming service introduced that it’s engaged on revamping the sport and shifting it to Netflix solely.
Customers can obtain the up to date sport beginning immediately using this link. This launch of the title joins different Stranger Issues video games like Stranger Issues: 1984 and Stranger Issues 3: The Sport.
The sport additionally builds on Netflix’s efforts to let followers have interaction with the present in numerous methods. Earlier this 12 months, the streaming firm partnered with Reddit for Stranger Things-based customized avatars and teamed up with Spotify for personalized playlists.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, the corporate’s VP for gaming Mike Verdu mentioned that Netflix is exploring avenues to get into cloud gaming. He added that the streaming big can also be opening its second gaming studio in California after establishing its first studio in Helsinki in August. The corporate additionally launched sport handles that can be used across exclusive titles in September.
Whereas the corporate is placing quite a lot of effort into making gaming a hit, it hasn’t seen stellar outcomes. Based on a report from Apptopia revealed in August, Netflix video games were only averaging 1.7 million every day customers. Throughout its Q3 2022 earnings, the corporate introduced that it now has 223 million subscribers.