GTA III – NETFLIX For Chromebook


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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 3.89776 stars based on 401 reviews


GTA III – NETFLIX Chromebook App Download

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  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2023-12-14
  • Current Version: 1.83.44255649
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 1.63 GB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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NETFLIX MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED. Experience the epic open-world adventure that started it all updated for a new generation with across-the-board enhancements including brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, with high-resolution textures, increased draw distance, Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting, and much more. It all starts in Liberty City. With revolutionary freedom to go anywhere and jack anyone, Grand Theft Auto III puts the center of the criminal underworld at your fingertips, if you have enough guts to take it. - Created by Rockstar Games. Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition and [R* Logo] are marks/logos/copyrights of Take-Two Interactive. All rights reserved. Unreal® Engine, Copyright 1998–2023, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved. Uses Oodle. Copyright © 2008–2023 by Epic Game Tools, Inc. All other marks and trademarks are properties of their respective owners.



  • I love it

    By Twinz momAI
    I am very truly surprised that it was on mobile so if I want to play the definitive edition I don’t have to bring a console
  • Low because of this…

    By Bing chilling 1221
    I like the graphics and stuff one problem that every time I die or get arrested from the police. I lose my weapons…
  • Autosave Feature is trash

    By Dud3what?
    The original port of the game would start up right where progress was left off even if the app was closed. I love this game and have enjoyed grinding it out time and time again. The Definitive Edition definitely left a bad taste in my mouth when it was released on the console. Not sure why I gave it another chance on the mobile version. Hard to enjoy when your in-game progress is lost when you decide to jump back into the game after a brief FaceTime call.
  • Relatively Immaculate

    By ScottDaBomb
    I was a bit skeptical at first (I am sure along with many others) when I heard the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition was getting a mobile port onto Netflix. I mean, the original basis of this “Definitive Edition” was built off of poorly optimized mobile ports. However, when I played this, I was pleasantly surprised how much better it is from the PC/console versions! It actually feels like a “Definitive Edition“ now. From numerous bug fixes to the addition of “classic lighting,” it is a HUGE improvement! Honestly, the only things that would make this trilogy truly amazing is remaining bug fixes, bringing back the cut music from the original games, and fixing the rest of the poor character models and textures! But other than that, great job Netflix (aka Video Game Deluxe)! And keep at it! Continue to pick up where Rockstar and Gtove Street Games left off to make this Definitive Edition THE Definitive Edition!
  • Great!

    By BadBreaking6393
    I have been really enjoying the game and really didn’t find any bugs except one problem. I have recently transferred data from my iPhone 13 to the 15 and after loading the game and signing into Netflix, shortly after I click resume it crashes within 1-3 seconds. Hopefully this is just a temporary problem and I can get some help to fix this problem, overall it’s great.
  • want max payne 2

    By رايق و سعودي
    want max payne 2
  • Had a blast (But missing manual aim)

    By HotheadHotshot
    I’ve first had a blast with playing my first GTA game. I had experienced its potential when it was first released in 2001. And the Definitive Edition for the phone is what it was supposed to be meant for two years ago. But still I wanted to just aim and fire at my will. However, I’m always firing and there’s no way to just aim without immediately firing. I liked it overall (with the checkpoints that would make it easier). But I wish I could have a button where I can aim and fire at will, and also the audio is always having some issues so I wish it can have some improvements soon. Plus the sound is having errors eveytime after an explosion happens (even when I use a flamethrower, Molotovs, even enter another car it always happens as well).
  • Won’t let me sign in

    By A guy who is epic
    OK I’m trying to it’s not gonna let me sign in for any reason because I keep getting error code 7003 every time I try to sign in please fix this
  • Specify that you need a Netflix paid sub to play

    By ?BloodDragon
    Please y’all should specify that you need an actively subscribed/paid Netflix membership account to play this games and do not lead people in to installing this game and BAM $15 subscription fee by force… what a waste of my data while I already had Vice City and GTA3 from Rockstar itself some years ago I should have just downloaded it back… Arrrghhh 😡😡😡
  • Needs motion steering

    By dmm.i.k
    The pure nostalgia. Love that some of the bugs are still present. The only thing is that it requires the screen to steer and I don’t get why I can’t just tilt my phone to steer. The onscreen options are all horrible. Please develop motion steering.