Netflix is ​​releasing a new mobile game based on its popular contest show, Nailed It!. • CableFree TV

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Peter Kavinsky

Netflix announced today that it is adding a new game to its gaming roster based on its hit show Nailed It!. The game called Nailed it! Baking Bash, kicks off on October 4, one day before the seventh season of the competition show debuts on October 5.

The game was developed by Paladin Studios in the Netherlands and sees players go through a series of quick mini-games to bake, color and decorate themed cakes. There is also a multiplayer mode that allows players to compete with friends to recreate desserts within a given time limit. Players can use distractions to make your competitors’ baking even more challenging. The game also features a single-player behind-the-scenes baking mode that allows you to improve your baking skills at your own pace.

This isn’t the first time Netflix has released a new game to promote an upcoming series or season, as the company has also released a playable version of the game. popular card game “Exploding Kittens” ahead of a TV show of the same name that will launch on its service next year. In addition, the streaming service announced in May that it would debut several upcoming games which are associated with some of his popular shows including The King’s Gambit, Shadow and Bone, La Casa De Papel and Too Hot To Handle.

The company says it will have over 50 games on its platform by the end of the year. Netflix launched its own gaming service in November 2021 and adds new games to its catalog every month. The games are free to play at this time and there are no in-app purchases.

Today’s announcement sounds like Netflix is ​​developing features which allow members to play mobile games with each other and compete in game leaderboards. The company has quietly launched the ability for users to create unique “game descriptors” in a subset of its mobile games since last month. Links found in the Netflix app also point to expanded gaming ambitions, including the ability to invite other users to play games with you and a feature that will let you see where you rank on the leaderboards, among other things.

It’s no surprise that Netflix is ​​looking to expand its gaming offerings, especially since a recent report found that less than 1% of Netflix subscribers I want to play his mobile games.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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