Solve a Hollywood mystery

Netflix, Inc.

    • 3.1 • 142 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Available exclusively for Netflix members.

A starlet, vanished. Her films, unreleased. Investigate the lost works of the silver-screen hopeful to unlock the secrets behind her disappearance.

What happened to Marissa Marcel? Brimming with talent, magnetism and beauty, the young actress was poised for stardom — until, it seems, she evaporated into thin air.

Put on your detective hat:

• Explore hours of footage from three of the actress's unreleased movies.
• Sort through film clips and scrub through footage to identify key symbols that may lead to new clues.
• Piece it all together to uncover the truth behind this dark, hidden chapter in Tinseltown's history.

A thrilling interactive game from Sam Barlow, creator of "Her Story."

What’s New

Version 0.1.52

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

3.1 out of 5
142 Ratings

142 Ratings

minnylaw425 ,

Unique and Fun (but seems VERY buggy)

I have been playing the game about 5-6 hours and I think I beat it? But I’m not entirely sure because I don’t think the end completely “worked” correctly for me from a technical standpoint (when comparing my ending to videos of the ending online). Also came to find out there were things in the game that I missed because the controls were not working very well. I know that part of the games charm is that it looks buggy and “doesn’t work” at times, but I’m pretty sure I was playing the game as intended and was still having technical issues. I’ve heard that using a controller is way better…the swipe controls are terrible. Would have given 5 stars if not for the terrible swipe controls and tech issues.

LauraP210 ,

Hauntingly beautiful game for adults

I absolutely adored Immortality, and playing it is an experience I won’t soon forget.

It requires a lot of space on your device, so I had to download it on my iPhone instead of my iPad like I originally planned, which was unfortunate but that didn’t stop me from getting completely sucked in by the narrative(s).

I’ve heard playing with a controller is better, but even if you don’t (like I didn’t), it shouldn’t take away from your experience. I don’t want to write too much more because part of what enchanted me so much was that I was not expecting things to happen while I was scrubbing the clips to discover the mysterious disappearance of Marissa. But if you don’t play with a controller, just keep your ears and eyes open.

Not for the faint of heart (there’s some adult content) or people who want a game with more gameplay, you are basically watching clips and swiping on objects to match cut you to another clip. But there were parts that were so unexpected and quite terrifying that I never felt bored.

I can’t recommend Immortality highly enough; just make sure your device has enough room for it. Oh, I didn’t have experience any bugs like some of the other reviews, and it really just takes a little getting used to the “controls” (how to swipe, pinch, etc. to make different things happen to the video clips).

BobbyKric ,

Technically inaccurate

Hard to watch as someone who is a professional film editor. What was particularly hard to swallow is many of the shots appear shot on HD video cameras and the film look attempt is poorly implemented. Also there’s lots of zooms that technically are not possible on those old cameras, for instance they’ll zoom from crew to film action but in the old days you had to plan and measure zooms, they were very difficult to do on the fly and here obviously they have zoom on assist or they are shooting on a high end iphone. And the stuff that aupposedly might have been taped on high end beta doesn’t look authentic. Lastly as an editor playing this game mostly feels like another day in my career minus the pay. I will give it credit for trying to depict the abuse and sexism in the industry which is often not acknowledged even though its prevalent in modern times.

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