Immortality release for Netflix subscribers
Immerse yourself in an interactive movie with the release of Immortality on iOS and Android, exclusively for subscribers to the Netflix platform, which is increasingly present in our mobile gaming news. Let’s see together what awaits you in this FMV game where your choices will decide the outcome of the investigation and the fate of Marissa Marcel.
The release of Immortality on mobile
Available since August on Steam, Sam Barlow’s new title is coming to mobile with the release of Immortality on Android and iOS for Netflix subscribers.
Developed by the Half Mermaid studio, Immortality is one of the FMV gamesthat is to say made with actors in real shots. This is the specialty of Sam Barlow, the creator of Her Story and Telling Lies.
The release of Immortality on mobile puts you in the shoes of a detective and you have a case to solve. Marissa Marcel, a promising young movie star, has disappeared. As the only clues, three films never released in which she toured.
It’s up to you to detect the slightest information that could lead you to the trail of this young woman and resolve the investigation lifting the veil on the behind-the-scenes horror of the movie industry.
An interesting concept that loses nothing on mobile
Despite the interesting and ambitious concept to make three films linked by a red thread, the release of Immortality suffers from a relatively classic scenario. Nevertheless, fans of fiction will rejoice in certain reversals of the situation and will appreciate the good acting proposed by the actors.
Overall, reviews are rave for this title which cleverly plays with cinema codes and narration, in order to confuse the player’s mind.
Regarding the gameplay, the format of the game makes it very easy to adapt to the mobile format. However, Immortality contains long videos to load, which will take a little longer. 12 GB of free space to work properly, even if it’s less than the Xbox version which requires 30 GB.
That’s it for the release of Immortality, available for free on Android and iOS for Netflix subscribers. To stay informed of the latest releases, visit our new mobile games page.