Tilting Point, a publisher specializing in partnering with independent developers, has announced a three-game deal with entertainment tycoon Netflix. Yes, as the media conglomerate inches further towards world domination, everyone can distract themselves today with the first release in the partnership, Spongebob: Get Cooking.

As of September 27th, global subscribers of Netflix will be able to dive into Bikini Bottom and take control of the Nickelodeon superstar Spongebob in Get Cooking. As the title suggests, players will be taking the cook through some iconic locations and restaurants from the series and no doubt churning out Krabby Patties left, right and centre. Get Cooking functions somewhat as a spiritual successor to Tilting Points People’s Choice Award-winning game SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off.

For an entirely different type of cooking, Tilting Point has revealed its next game to grace Netflix will be based on their own series Narcos, titled Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited. The app is slated for release in fall this year and will be a base-building strategy game, putting the player in the role of a cartel kingpin, amassing power through force or loyalty. The third game remains a mystery, coming to Netflix in 2023 via developer Emerald City Games. It has been confirmed the game will be based on a popular Netflix series, which sounds fairly exciting.

Kevin Sealla, CEO and Founder of Tilting Point, said of the partnership: “Our guiding principle is to find every way to maximize a game’s reach to new audiences, geographies and platforms, so for us to expand the possibilities for our games through this partnership with Netflix is an incredibly exciting moment”.

“We diversify and publish games on multiple platforms and services, depending where they fit best, and we know that mobile games like SpongeBob: Get Cooking, Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited, and more that are in development, are all perfect matches and will provide incredibly rewarding experiences for Netflix members.”

All three games will be available to Netflix subscribers through their app on the App Store and Google Play.

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