All the games announced during Netflix Geeked Week 2022
New Netflix games linked to popular shows, The Queen's Gambit, Shadow and Bone, and Too Hot to Handle, as well as games from Devolver Digital.
Netflix announced new titles for its gaming service at its annual Geeked Week event. A few are linked to popular shows, such as "The Queen's Gambit," "Shadow and Bone," and "Too Hot to Handle." While a few others arrive from Devolver Digital.
Shadow and Bone: Destinies
Based on the fan favourite series, Shadow and Bone will be a single-player RPG where you can step into the shoes of your favourite characters and journey across the world of the Grishaverse.
Too Hot to Handle
Based on the reality series of the same name, Too Hot to Handle will see players meet and mingle with others who are all vying for affection.
La Casa De Papel
Based on a popular Spanish heist crime TV show. La Casa De Papel is a single-player action game in which players will have to crack safes, pick locks, and help rob a shady billionaire's casino in Monaco.
The Queen's Gambit Chess
Become a part of Beth Harmon's world. Players will take chess lessons, play matches and matches, and compete against online competitors or friends.
A platformer based on Japanese folklore. Players join Luna on a magical journey to the depths of hidden dungeons and mythical temples as she unlocks the mysteries of her past.
Desta: The Memories Between
A turn-based strategy game inspired by the game of dodgeball. Overcome broken relationships and a tragic family event, through the use of a ball game set in a surreal world.
Reigns: Three Kingdoms
One of three Devolver Digital games coming to Netflix. Rule your kingdom and change your destiny with a single swipe. Climb the rank and navigate the epic Chinese saga of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
A strategy city-building game emphasising the climate. Reconstruct the ecosystem and turn a barren wasteland into an ecological paradise. Developed by South Africa based Free Lives and published by Devolver Digital. The game is expected to launch in 2022.
The game comes with a warning: The more you play, the harder the game gets. Poinpy is available to download and play immediately. In this vertical climber game you dodge baddies and feed the blue beast hot on your heels. Developed by Japan-based Team Poinpy and Ojiro Fumoto and published by Devolver Digital.
Netflix games can be found on the Netflix app.