Kentucky Route Zero For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 4.04545 stars based on 22 reviews

Kentucky Route Zero

Kentucky Route Zero Chromebook App Download

Download Kentucky Route Zero For Chromebook

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2022-12-13
  • Current Version: 1.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.57 GB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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Available exclusively for Netflix members. Unpayable debts. Abandoned futures. Mysterious travelers. Journey down a secret underground highway to find community in this mystical adventure game. At twilight in Kentucky, as bird songs give way to the choir of frogs and insects, familiar roads become strange. It's easy to get lost. Those who are already lost may find their way to a secret highway winding through underground caves. The people who live and work along this highway seem a little strange at first but soon become familiar: the aging driver making the last delivery for a doomed antique shop; the young woman who fixes obsolete TVs surrounded by ghosts; the child and his giant eagle companion; the robot musicians; and the invisible power company lurking everywhere and the threadbare communities that struggle against its grip. Features: • A complete story. Originally published episodically over a span of years, all five acts and the interludes can now be experienced together. • A striking visual style that draws from theater, film, experimental electronic art and the history of video games. • A haunting electronic score and a suite of hymns and bluegrass standards recorded by The Bedquilt Ramblers. From Cardboard Computer and Annapurna Interactive.



  • Love it.

    By Juniper Jang
    I’ve never really had a piece of interactive media that felt so right to me. I play a bit, pause, but I always come back to it, wondering what’s happening next. I see myself in Ezra, Conway, Shannon, Junebug, etc. I can just sit for minutes sinking into the ambience. There are scenes when I’m supposed to be clicking on something to advance but I don’t realize it because I’m content just sitting there and looking and being present. For someone with ADHD who usually plays hyper stimulating games like Valorant or League, that’s saying something.
  • Game literally unplayable without Netflix account

    By Shower Steve
    Just a scum y cash grab from an already scummy company. Can’t even play the game without a Netflix subscription. PASS.
  • One of a kind

    By iPhönner
    Five Stars for this favorite game. Amazing how such a deceptively simple game can fire curiosity and wonder in a Twilight Zone-like atmosphere. Replays are rewarded with dialog choices that may or may not affect the story, but also lend a wonderful sense of life. Unfortunately, I’ll likely never play the mobile version since I’m not about to purchase a Netflix subscriptions just to play KRZ away from home. Zero stars for that feature —and I so wanted to see how the text dialog boxes were handled on mobile . . .
  • Reading extravaganza

    By Dullbulb
    If you like reading your games instead of playing, this one’s for you! While the animation and art direction here is excellent, it is no game in my humble opinion. It’s something akin to an interactive book — and should be marketed as such so people aren’t duped into investing their precious life minutes on something they thought might be fun. Sorry but, unless you have nothing else to do I’d avoid this “game”.
  • Agree w/ boner

    By Birdy24eva
    This game stated good, was very different but entertaining then I got stuck in some boring conversations in a bar & even though you can kind of fast forward what they say, by holding down, it kept going on for more than a half hour! I couldn't take it anymore so I ended the game, and later when I re-opened it again, I had to start right from the beginning! So not worth it to me..
  • An experience

    By EdwardAppEater
    Top rated indie game on iOS. It’s not spoon feed three star levels and in app purchases so likely won’t do well on this platform. But for anyone that can take a little mystery and good writing it’s bound to please.
  • Was liking game until….

    By Whos7here
    Could not get into the mine, no matter what I tried. Frustrating. So I dumped it.
  • Great port of the best interactive fiction game of all time

    By SnailApologist
    This is my favorite game of all time, and I think it’s a great fit for mobile. Adding a zoom feature and altering the text box UX makes this game very playable on a smaller device, but I think it really shines on an iPad. Play through a few acts a night before bed and I’m positive by the end of it you will be glad you did.
  • It’s more like a book than a game

    By greenTeaFrappuccino
  • It’s ok

    By anothertenor
    It got really boring at the museum of dwellings so I stopped playing and deleted.