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Netflix And Chill

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Nov 29, 2015 | 9:35 AM EST

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A bigger, more complete version of Flix and Chill is now on Steam, Android, and IOS:


Jason met a girl on Tinder.

Now Jason's meeting her in person.

The choices you make and the chances you take determine his fate.

Demo available on Google Play for free:



Rated 4 / 5 stars


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Jasonario responds:

lol sorry to hear that. Did you try offering her snacks? (don't do that it doesn't work)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I realy like it! But animation was a bit... well...

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Why is this on the front page again? Anyway, fun game. The only issue I have is replay ability.

Jasonario responds:

The Steam version was just released! An entirely new game with 4 new stories!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's fun bit there's a few troubles.

Some of the dialogue becomes hard to see against the white pieces in the background. Hard to know what choice you are making when half of the selection is in white text against a white window.

You have to watch the intro every time you want to start the game again and it gets kinda repetitive and its a bit slow for my taste.

Other than that, nice game


Rated 0 / 5 stars

First things first: "Netflix and chill" is a bogus and nonsensical expression. I don't recall ever hearing adults use this IRL. It is talked a lot... on-line. Maybe NF marketeers created it on social media and let it go viral by kids/teens for free - Free is cheaper than Super Bowl ad placement.

As for your game, the dialogues go just like the sequel - totally unnecessary Liberal propaganda.

Let me tell you something. I'm brazilian. My country was pillaged by the brazilian worker's party (Why do they even exist????) from '03 to mid '16 (13 years). They did it so by paying everyone they could with taxpayer's money - paying influential people to support them publicly (Thank god they got impeach'd).

This included cartoonists, bloggers, youtubers and... game makers. This is why i'll "Rhate" you game with no stars. For me, giving even half a star is simply impossible. I can show it no support. I feel like a Cuban refugee trying to review a Castro for other people.

Politics (mostly real life and time) and games don't mix. Please, avoid mixing them.

Now: If your game didn't had any of that, I would rate it with a 3,5: Music is good, even if repetitive. Graphics are simple enough, but lack of detail is not a plus. The idea in itself isn't bad, but it really brings nothing new to the genre. The story is not entertaining enough, although I got that any previous lore won't really matter since we can just restart and make different choices.

Decent at best, but can't say it's my cup of tea. For a dating game, I would pick "Clarence's Big Chance"