UPDATE: Below is the original article claiming that Twelve Minutes would come to Android this August. After the release of this article, Netflix Gaming has informed us that the game will no longer release in August. No release date is scheduled.
Original: Netflix’s recent Into the Breach mobile port was a mere taste of what’s to come. Next month, the streaming service is releasing three more games to mobile gamers, including 3D puzzle game Twelve Minutes.
Netflix brings Twelve Minutes to mobile
As part of their monthly announcements, Netflix has revealed the next lineup of mobile games for its gaming service. Unfortunately, no dates were provided for the new games, but they’re all coming this month.
For starters, Annapurna Interactive’s Twelve Minutes is coming to mobile. Starring James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley and Willem DaFoe, this fantastic narrative puzzle is a A-star adventure.
With simple controls, Twelve Minutes should be perfect on mobile. On PC, simple mouse inputs control all. This means that this new mobile conversion should play like a dream!
Clocking in at just a few hours, Twelve Minutes is a perfect addition to Netflix’s library. It’s a simple game that will only take up a smidge of time, keeping you eager for another release.
Immortality also comes to mobile
Alongside Twelve Minutes, Netflix is bringing the hotly anticipated Immortality to mobile. Created by Sam Barlow (Her Story), this new FMV game is expected to be a treat.
What’s great about Immortality on mobile is that it’s seemingly launching day and date with the console and PC versions. This isn’t confirmed, but Netflix has slated the mobile release for August, and the other versions launch on August 30th.
While there are currently no reviews out for the game, Immorality is expected to be a hit. If not? It’s part of a Netflix subscription, and there’s plenty of other games to play.
The other ones
Also coming to Netflix Gaming: Netflix Heads Up! and Rival Pirates. The former is an adaptation of the classic charades game, but with a Netflix twist! Essentially, it’s about Netflix characters now.
On the other hand, Rival Pirates is a 3D action game where you play as, well, pirates! The deacription reads: “Set sail, fire cannon balls and avoid traps to find treasure before your enemies in this swashbuckling adventure.”
With Twelve Minutes, Immortality and more, Netflix’s August lineup is looking very solid indeed. Without sounding greedy, we’re excited for the next batch!