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Netflix’s newest cell recreation raises consciousness for consuming water shortage

Netflix is now utilizing its rising cell recreation assortment to help an excellent trigger. The streaming service has launched three Android and iOS video games headlined by This Is A True Story, a recreation meant to boost consciousness concerning the lack of protected consuming water. The team-up between Frosty Pop, Charity:Water and Pantone is a puzzle title that challenges you stroll miles in sub-Saharan Africa to seek out water whereas coping with poachers, windstorms and different hazards. It is a frank commentary on a dire state of affairs (771 million folks do not have entry to scrub water), though the hand-painted backdrops may maintain you coming again after you perceive the message.

The opposite video games are much less poignant, however should still be value a attempt. Pik Pok has unveiled each Into the Useless 2: Unleashed, a sequel to its infinite runner/shooter hybrid, in addition to Shatter Remastered, a modernization of its brick-breaker/shoot-em-up crossover for the PS3.

All three video games needs to be accessible on Android and iOS in the present day (March twenty second) at 1PM Japanese. As with different Netflix video games, the newest choice is ‘free’ as soon as you have signed in together with your account. These releases most likely will not persuade you to join Netflix. Nonetheless, This Is A True Story may simply use Netflix’s dimension to achieve a big viewers.

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