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Google is launching beta versions of Android games on Windows

Google is launching beta versions of Android games on Windows

The Google Play Games Beta for Windows 11 PCs is currently only available in three countries.

Google has launched a limited beta version of its app Google Play gamesto bring Android games to Windows PCs. Google Play Games will be available in beta today in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan, allowing Windows 11 PC owners to play popular Android games such as Mobile Legends, Summoners War, State of Survival, and Three Kingdoms Tactics.

Players in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan will be able to register to access the beta and access the standalone Google app on Windows PCs. Google promises “hassle-free gaming sessions between phone, tablet, Chromebook, and Windows PC,” which suggests that you’ll be able to resume games easily between multiple devices.

“Gamers can easily browse, download, and play their favorite mobile games with the mouse and keyboard on their computers using larger screens,” said Arjun Dayal, group product manager at Google Play Games. “No more losing your progress or achievements when switching between devices – the game just works with your Google Play Games profile!”

Google Play Games will also include Play Points that can be earned by playing Android games on PCs. Google announced its plans to bring Android games to PCs only a month ago, but it’s still unclear what technology the company uses to run Android games on Windows PCs. The Google Play Games app will be a native Windows app that won’t include game streaming, and Google is opening a developer site today, which should start providing more information to game developers.

Google’s announcement comes several months after Microsoft began testing Android applications on Windows 11 PCs. Microsoft has built a core Windows subsystem for Android that allows Android applications to run from a variety of sources. Microsoft uses it in partnership with Amazon to enable native installations of games and apps from the Amazon Appstore on Windows, but despite workarounds, Google Play is not officially supported yet.

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source: Google | The Verge