Google releases a new beta to play Android games on PC

Google releases a new beta to play Android games on PC

Android released its beta version of the Google Play Games Launcher to Western fans on Tuesday, claiming that you can save your progress between multiple devices.
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Tired of staring at your 5 x 2 inch screen to play Android mobile games? Well, on Tuesday, Google’s Android Developer Blog announce The company is releasing a new beta for a platform that allows users to play their Android games on PC.

The company had already launched its beta version of its Google Play Games launcher back in January, although it limited the product to some Asian markets such as Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand. Oh, and so is Australia. Now developers are opening it up to players in Western markets, including the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil, as well as the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. People can sign up for the trial over here.

Includes 85 games on the Google Play Demo platform [1945سلاحالجو،كوكيرن:المملكة،و Evony: عودة الملك. في الإصدار ، قالت الشركة إن الحد الأدنى من المواصفات المطلوبة هو جهاز كمبيوتر يعمل بنظام Windows 10 أو 11 ، وبطاقة رسومات مدمجة ووحدة معالجة مركزية 4+ نواة. على ال Google Play Games Page However, the company claims that users need a solid-state drive with 10GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU or equivalent. The RAM and solid state requirements are surprising, especially given the number of non-desktop gamers who may be running very old PCs or laptops that can’t reach those relatively minimal standards. HDD users are out of luck, although the requirement for an SSD is to ensure that PCs running these games will have greater parity with phones.

The platform itself appears to be similar to many other game players, such as the Epic Games Store or GOG Galaxy. Users can browse, purchase, and install games on the desktop. Games must be compatible with keyboard and mouse.

“Our broader goal continues to be to meet gamers wherever they are and give them access to their games on as many devices as possible,” Google Play Game Director Arjun Dayal wrote in the blog post. He further wrote that the main hope is that players will be able to sync progress between devices.

As little attention it gets in the broader gaming scene, the mobile gaming market remains one of the biggest motivators for major companies, and lately it’s become a bigger part of many major tech companies’ market strategy. Microsoft recently told the UK in a regulatory filing that it wants to build an Xbox mobile gaming appThis is thanks in part to its pending acquisition of Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. The company revealed that it sees mobile games as the biggest driver of gaming revenue, More than PC and console sales combined.

Microsoft, for its part, is also working separately to bring Android games to PC, specifically Windows 11, thanks to a partnership with Amazon for List of apps on Amazon Appstore. Microsoft was She keeps updating her page Describe the Windows subsystem that makes these Android apps compatible with Windows 11. The feature is still in beta type, although Microsoft classifies it as a “preview” type. Gizmodo has its own guide For those who are curious enough to try putting Android apps on their PC.

So, as far as Google’s initiative Perhaps trying to catch up with Microsoft’s own, somewhat turbulent effort to bring Android games to other devices, the company may try to make up for its recently dead self. google stadia. In September, the company announced that it was killing the game-streaming platform, saying it had not gained enough “pull”.

Not to mention, more and more companies are coming up with devices that they claim will allow you to play your mobile games in a way that is more comfortable than squeezing a thin rectangle while gathering in a narrow subway. Logitech of its own Steam Deck-like platform promises Android gaming supportVerizon and Razer a Similar type of hardware is in the works.

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