Netflix Releases A Game Featuring Your Favorite Characters From 'Narcos','Stranger Things' And More

9 January 2017, 9:15 pm EST By Jason Glenn Mobile & Apps

If you're a big fan of binge watching your favorite shows on Netflix and you can't get enough of its shows many interesting characters, then there's a game for you. Netflix has released a simple side-scrolling game that would entertain you. It features lots of characters from Netflix's original shows.

The game's objective is quite simple. The viewer can choose a character from the shows like Pablo Escobar from "Narcos", "Marco Polo", Piper Chapman in "Orange is the New Black" or Mike Wheeler from "Stranger Things". The Verge reported that the characters will jump over obstacles using the spacebar as they run through the specific character's world.

The longer the players run in the specific show, the higher the score. Characters can also double jump by tapping the spacebar twice to clear the obstacles. The players would also have to collect a specific items that seen on the show like Eggo waffles in "Stranger Things" and a brick of cocaine from "Narcos" to become invincible for quite some time.

Some of the most notable and popular web-television series were aired on Netflix, like "Narcos" which was first released on August 28, 2015 that tells a story about the drug kingpin Pablo Escobar who built a drug empire to become a billionaire. Escobar produces and distributed cocaine in Colombia while it is renewed for a third and fourth season.

The science fiction-horror series created by the Duffer Brothers, "Stranger Things" was also one of the most popular show last 2016. The series is set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980's where a 12-year old boy named Will Byers mysteriously disappears while his friends tries to locate where he is with the help of their psychokinetic friend Eleven.

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