Netflix adds Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge to its game library

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The critically acclaimed game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT): Shredder’s Revenge is now available to play on the Netflix app. With this, the Netflix game library has its first-ever TMNT title now.

The game was originally released on June 16, 2022 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It was later ported to PlayStation 5 due to the popularity of the game and the TMNT franchise.

The game was made available on January 10, 2023, according to the official Netflix Twitter account. For mobile devices, the game will only support single player. Gamers will be able to use an in-game code to access the story and arcade on PC, which includes online multiplayer and teaming up with friends or other players.

However, there are some limitations when it comes to Netflix. Firstly, only the subscribers of the service can play the game. Secondly, the cross-play is limited to Xbox and PC gamers. On mobile devices, linking is only available between iOS and Android users.

Earlier, the company added Kentucky Route Zero and Twelve Minutes to their game library, with both games being casual and having great gameplay.

Netflix originally debuted its gaming service as an added perk for its members in November 2021. What started as a way to retain the users of their platform turned into a full-fledged cloud gaming library.

Since then, Netflix has established several in-house game studios along with acquiring popular game studios to increased their game library. With the popularity of the gaming industry, the company is also pushing towards cloud gaming.

After the acquisition of Spry Fox as its sixth in-house games studio, VP of Game Studios at Netflix said that the company aims to provide the best possible gaming experience with no ads and in-app purchases.

The company also stated that they are currently working on adding more than 55 games to their library, which includes several popular IPs like SpongeBob SquarePants and some other original IPs of their own established studios.