In addition to Arcanium: Rise of Akhan, Netflix Gaming proposes Krispee Street. In the former, you play roguelike card battles, while in the second you play a hidden object game.
You can download both apps on both Android and iOS, but you’ll need an active Netflix subscription to watch them. Since the videogame proposal was launched this summer, it has now reached 13 titles: a few, of course – especially when you think of all the films and TV series – but we have to give it some time. Meanwhile, here are more details on the new features that were added today.
ARCANIUM: RISE OF ARKHAN
As described by the developers, the game is an ambitious and peculiar blend of deckbuilding and roguelike.
The adventure is single-player and has a well-developed story that speaks of courage and brotherhood. It takes place in a world populated by anthropomorphic animals in which magic, technology, good, and evil converge.
If you want some coordinates to get yourself oriented, the guys at Supercombo Games mention The Lord of the Rings, Dungeons & Dragons, Hearthstone, and Diablo.
Developers describe the game as a mixture of deckbuilding and roguelike that has been available on Steam Early Access for some time.
If you are not familiar with Krispee, it is a successful webcomic with a very large online following, and this game is based on it. Anyone who has ever played “Where’s Wally?” knows exactly what to expect: very crowded drawings with a variety of characters and elements to identify.
Here, too, you can download it for free, without in-app purchases or advertising, but you need to sign in with your Netflix account.