Startup unveils ‘Netflix for indiegames’
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The American gamebedrijf Kermdinger Studios has its streaming service Jump unveiled. For a fixed amount per month, allows users to indiegames play.
A trial version of Jump is from this week available for users. The beta test of the service lasts until 24 July.
Jump streams parts of a played game to the pc of the user. That works according to the creators better than the stream of video images of games, such as the new Sony service, PlayStation Now.
The Dutch Utomik started earlier a similar service, that are also in larger games is aimed at. This is a similar streaming technology used. Earlier this year Microsoft introduced a subscription Game Pass.
Ten new games per month
During the test period, there are ten to twenty games playable at Jump. As soon as the service starts, the library is extended to sixty to one hundred titles. The startup wants after ten titles per month add.
It is unclear when Jump final will start. Once this happens, the service will have $ 10 in cost.