Games for Android are now officially accessible on PCs, with Google unveiling the new Play Titles Games software for Windows in beta, providing a range of games, beginning with gamers in certain places.
In recent years, Google has been putting effort into making the gadgets in your life function better together, notably through synchronizing your information across devices. One especially ambitious approach is that of “ambient computing,” or doing anything you want from whatever gadget you have available.
While we may typically think of this from the perspective of accomplishing sophisticated activities on simple devices like a smart speaker, it may also work the opposite way. Starting today, Google Play Games is a great illustration of this, enabling you to effortlessly play the games you like on your Android phone from the comfort of your desktop or laptop, which is more powerful than your phone.
This was earlier announced last month at The Game Awards, Google Play Games is now available in beta as a client for downloading games to a Windows PC. Importantly, these games will seamlessly sync your progress across your Android phone, tablet, PC, and any other device signed up with Play Games.
List Of Currently Android Playable Games On PC
- Asphalt 9: Legends
- Cookie Run: Kingdom
- Cookie Run: Ovenbreak
- Dragon Mania Legends
- Idle Heroes
- Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
- State of Survival: The Joker Collaboration
- Summoners War
- 三國志・戰略版 (Three Kingdoms Tactics)
- Top War: Battle Game
To start, just a small library of games will be accessible for beta testers to play, with Android game creators urged to optimize their games for this new platform, including adding support for playing with a complete keyboard and mouse instead of using a touchscreen. While no official list has been given, 12 distinct games are presented in various areas of a new video.
However, the Play Games beta for Windows PCs is only accessible to players in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, but Google has said that additional territories would be added shortly. If you’re a player in one of the presently approved locations and have a Windows PC with decent hardware, you can join up for the Google Play Games beta right now.