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Netflix Just Released A Cute SpongeBob Game, With A Narcos One Coming Later This Year

The best part, they're all free... as long as you have a Netflix subscription!

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Since 2021, Netflix has been bringing more immersive experiences to its popular shows with the launch of Netflix Games

According to Netflix, their purpose is to build a library of games and create a fun experience for everyone to enjoy! Some of the games are also developed based on exclusive and popular Netflix series.

To play the games, you'll only need a Netflix subscription plan. There are no additional fees, ads, or in-app purchases.

Netflix has recently announced their partnership with indie mobile games publisher Tilting Point to add three more games to their roster

The games to be added are SpongeBob: Get Cooking from Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon and Netflix's exclusive Crime Drama series Narcos alongside another game with an unannounced title.

Out of the three, SpongeBob: Get Cooking has officially launched, Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited will be debuting sometime in 2022, and the unannounced title will be releasing in 2023.

Here's how to download and play any of the Netflix Games on your iOS or Android device:

It's super easy! ;)

1. Register for a Netflix subscription

2. Go to the app store or Google Play and search for your desired Netflix game

3. Download the game and start playing

#BONUS - You can even download the game directly from the Netflix app itself by scrolling down until you see the games section

Image via Netflix iOS app

From there, you can just tap on the game you want to download and click the 'Play Game' button to transport you to your App Store or Google Play if you're on Android.

Currently, Netflix Games have over 30 games in its library with more to come!

You can also enjoy cinema-quality audio on Netflix now, with no extra cost!

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