Death's Door 12+

Fight bosses, reap souls

Netflix, Inc.

    • 4.1 • 162 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Available exclusively for Netflix members.

Become a crow who reaps souls. It's a dead-end job, but when a thief steals your work, you set off on a sword-slashing quest to unearth death's secrets.

When your day (and night) job is reaping the souls of the dying, the office can start to feel a little dead — except in the very rare case where a soul is stolen. That's when things get interesting.

Play as a cute, soul-reaping crow in this fantasy RPG that brings talon-sharp combat to an epic quest for the titan-sized soul that got away. Hack and slash through mysterious magic doors, cutting down wild beasts and tyrannical bosses on the way through dungeons where death isn't working as it should. Which, by the way, is also a problem. Your problem.

Features:

• Discover an arsenal of magic weapons including swords, hammers, bows and spells and use them to help the crow take down a series of whimsically dangerous dungeon bosses.
• Customize your crow with upgrades that increase strength, dexterity, haste and magic to shape the most efficient lil' soul reaper around.
• Battle through colorful and quirky realms like the well-appointed Estate of the Urn Witch and the Frog King's swampy dungeon.
• Track down whoever stole the giant soul and uncover larger mysteries that shape the crows' world, their jobs and the nature of death itself.
• Meet a cast of weird and wonderful characters who might have intel on the soul thief. Or they have their own problems to worry about. Problems that only a tiny, soul-reaping crow can solve.

- Created by Acid Nerve and 22nd Century Toys.

What’s New

Version 1.2.4

We're always working to bring you the best Netflix Games experience. In this release, we've made some bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
162 Ratings

162 Ratings

Zaek_ ,

Great game! 4 stars for one reason…

I think this game is fabulous, a perfect candidate for mobile, that plays fluidly and is a lot of fun for a mobile game, with no pay 2 play nonsense or an in game store, it truly feels like a AAA experience on mobile. However, my one problem that hopefully Netflix or the Devs can fix, is that while my Razor Kishi V2 controller works great, the game doesn’t seem to recognize the buttons and so every control prompt just says “none to do this” or “press none, then press none to roll attack” which gets confusing. Certainly not a dealbreaker but shouldn’t be too hard to fix.

rhettoe1329 ,

Incredible game!

Netflix, you wonderful buggers.
I’ve been playing this game on my Switch for the past year and a half. It is definitely my favorite indie game of all time. So when I heard that Netflix was bringing it to mobile devices I was like “UWAHH?!?!” This is the last thing I would have expected from Netflix, but BOY am I happy they did it.
This review is more about the mobile gameplay than the actual game. The game is incredible and I highly recommend it, especially if you like Zelda or Dark Souls.
Look, I’m a Switch player. I don’t play mobile games. But I just HAD to check out Death’s Door on mobile. The mobile gameplay is surprisingly smooth. I still struggle with it, but I’ll adapt eventually. This is just a me thing. The game’s performance is slick and has virtually no problems. Aaaand that’s pretty much it.
To summarize, Death’s Door is an amazing game and this mobile port is surprisingly great. Thank you Netflix, my respect for you has risen.

Jedimindtrickonyou ,

Controller Support + Graphics settings 🙌

Netflix is killing it with these games, they have been dropping console-quality games on mobile with cloud saves that seems to work perfectly.

Death’s door is a neat little indie game, it only released on PC/console just a couple of years ago. It’s kind of souls-like/hack and slash game with an isometric perspective. It’s very fun, somewhat challenging as you progress through the game. The art direction is excellent and the sound design is quite good as well.

I was very, very pleased to see that my Razer Kishi V2 worked on my 12 Pro Max. All mobile games should support controllers, but unfortunately most do not. I am just happy this one does. There is also a graphics setting, on my iPhone and M1 iPad, there was a “balanced” mode and a “performance” mode. The balanced mode is clearly higher resolution, with performance mode looking soft and less detailed. I tested the game on a budget phone and only the performance mode was available, so some older iPhones/iPads may be the same and not support the better looking balanced mode.

I love seeing proper console games shipping on mobile with controller support AND graphics option. Keep it up Netflix!

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