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Netflix introduces its own version of the ‘Heads Up’ game for subscribers

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Netflix Heads Up! brings 28 new decks from popular Netflix series, social channels, and more.


Everyone loves games, whether it’s physical games or digital games. Similarly, Netflix is also providing you with a platform and giving a new game update and is excited about it. Whether you are craving a casual game you can start from scratch or an immersive experience that lets you dig deeper into your favourite stories, Netflix wants to start building a game library that everyone can enjoy. Netflix looks forward to taking you on this journey.

Netflix has released its own version of the popular mobile game Heads Up called Netflix Heads Up! During the game, the player must guess the word written on another player’s forehead before the one-minute timer expires and this game will be exclusively available to Netflix subscribers. The game is available for Android and iOS devices in 13 different languages including French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), and Thai. The game allows users to share its recordings on various social media platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, and WhatsApp.

Netflix Heads Up! Developed in partnership with Ellen Digital Venture, the platform features 28 decks inspired by the platform’s popular series such as Bridgerton, Stranger Things and Squid Games, as well as Netflix’s social channels such as Geeked and Strong Black Lead. It gives users an opportunity to test their knowledge.

The arrival of Netflix Heads Up!  increased the number of games in the Netflix catalogue to 27. The company hopes it will have over 50 games under its belt by the end of the year.

How to install Netflix mobile game?

To play, you’ll have to install the game on your device first from the Play Store for Android devices and similarly from the App Store for iOS devices and you need: A compatible device: an Android phone or tablet running Android 8.0 or later, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS/iPadOS 15 or later and an active Netflix subscription also an internet connection to download and install the game and there should be enough storage space on your device.

Want to play the Netflix smashing hit game gather your friends and have fun. Also, save funny videos for your own entertainment or share them online. Challenge your smart friends and keep yourself entertained for hours.

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