Some mobile games will soon be accessible on Netflix without ads or in-app purchases owing to a partnership between Tilting Point, a well-known publisher for independent developers worldwide, and the streaming service Netflix.

The entertaining cookery game SpongeBob: Get Cooking, based on the Nickelodeon characters, and Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited, based on the well-liked Netflix series from Gaumont, are the first two Tilting Point titles to be made available on Netflix. Additionally, Tilting Point is working with Netflix and Emerald City Games to create a brand-new third mobile game that will be launched only on the streaming service in 2023 and is based on a popular Netflix series.

The collaboration with Netflix further diversifies Tilting Point portfolio which already spans various platforms

SpongeBob: Get Culinary, a cooking game that launches worldwide on September 27, allows players to travel Bikini Bottom and other locations while impressing regular diners with mouthwatering dishes in familiar structures and restaurants from the well-known Nickelodeon brand.

The famous SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off video game by Tilting Point, which has been downloaded over 58 million times and received the People’s Choice Award at the 2021 Mobile Game Awards, served as the inspiration for SpongeBob: Get Cooking.

The following game in this fall’s lineup is the base-building strategy game Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited, which challenges players to take the dangerous and thrilling role of a cartel kingpin and decide between earning followers’ respect via loyalty or leading by force. With over $60M in sales since launch and over 20 million players, the original Narcos: Cartel Wars, on which Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited is based, is one of the most grossing video games.