Netflix Launches Oxenfree On Mobile For Its Subscribers

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Netflix has launched Oxenfree, the critically acclaimed narrative adventure game created by Night School Studio, and is now available for Netflix members to download on iOS and Android devices.

You can play without ads or in-app purchases, as long as you have a Netflix subscription. Worldwide, there are 221 million Netflix subscribers. That’s a huge audience, and Netflix has branched out into mobile games to bring new entertainment to its members.

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The studio’s award-winning debut title captured the hearts and minds of critics upon its original release in 2016, and continues to be celebrated by gamers for its signature, naturalistic dialogue system, compelling storytelling, and relatable characters. and his charming art style.

Oxenfree: Netflix Edition adds much-requested localization support, now available exclusively in this version on Netflix. At launch, in-game subtitles are available in over 30 languages, including: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew , Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Latam), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

In Oxenfree, players take on the role of Alex, a smart and rebellious teenager who brings his new half-brother Jonas to a night party on Edwards Island, an abandoned military island. The night takes a terrifying turn when the group of friends accidentally opens a ghostly slice from the island’s mysterious past.

Players determine every aspect of Alex’s story as they explore Edwards Island through critical dialogue choices. What’s simmering just beneath Edwards Island’s beautiful facade will forever change the future and the past.

Oxenfree presents Alex and Jonas.

“Oxenfree is a special game for so many people and launching on Netflix is ​​a really exciting opportunity for us to introduce Alex’s story to more people – maybe even someone who would never have. he thought. he wants to play a game,” Sean Krankel, co-founder and head of studio at Night School Studio, said in a statement. “As a Netflix game studio, we have the best medium to bring Oxenfree: Netflix Edition to a global audience. Our community has long requested subtitles in other languages ​​and this version of Oxenfree: Netflix Edition truly offers the best storytelling experience for players around the world in their local language. ”

Oxenfree: Netflix Edition is available for download on mobile devices at For members new to Netflix games, you can download the Netflix app from Google Play and the App Store.

Oxenfree merchandise is now available for fans to purchase from the Customers can purchase the exclusive collection, which features an illustration collaboration with horror creature artist and designer Trevor Henderson.

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Oxenfree was originally released in 2016.

Secretly teased last year as Project 8149, iam8bit and Night School Studio teamed up with Oxenfree soundtrack composer scntfc on a vinyl reissue of the Oxenfree soundtrack featuring new art and limited edition colorways, pre-orders are open at iam8bit .com.

Night School Studio, now owned by Netflix, is working on a sequel Oxenfree II: Lost Signals.

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