Google has begun testing Android games on PCs running Windows

Google has begun testing Android games on PCs running Windows

They need to have at least Windows 10 (v2004) or Windows 11, a PC with an octa-core CPU, moderately powerful GPU, 8GB RAM and at least 20GB SSD storage. Google starts bringing Android games to Windows PC. The menu of Google Play Games looks a lot like the regular Google Play Store, but with longer descriptions and different notification for whether the game has ads and in-app purchases. Players can still earn Play Points, even if the game is not played on an Android. The platform is expected to arrive in beta to other markets with more games soon.

Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 with the promise of Android app support, albeit that feature wasn’t available for the desktop platform’s launch. Now that the first beta has been released, consumers in select areas can sign up for Google Play Games, which allows them to play 12 games on their computer. Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea are the first countries/regions to get it, and gamers may try out Asphalt 9, Gardenscapes and Homescapes, as well as a few other locally available titles.

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