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Google Play Games Beta for Windows PCs launches in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan!

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Google launches a limited beta for its Google Play Games app to bring Android games to Windows PCs.
Google Play Games Beta for Windows PCs launches in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan!
Google Play Games Beta launches

Android games coming to Windows?

Months ago, Microsoft began testing Android apps on Windows 11 PCs using a built-in subsystem for Android.

Google opens the beta for its Google Play Games app in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan today. Players from these regions will be able to sign-up to access the beta and access Google's standalone app for Windows PCs.
Continuity between devices?
Continuity between devices?

The company promises to offer 'seamless gameplay sessions between a phone, tablet, Chromebook and a Windows PC' which suggests that there will be a continuity feature across multiple devices. This means players can pick up where they left off from one device to another.

“Players can easily browse, download, and play their favorite mobile games on their PCs while taking advantage of larger screens with mouse and keyboard inputs,” says Arjun Dayal, group product manager for Google Play Games. “No more losing your progress or achievements when switching between devices; it just works with your Google Play Games profile!”

Alongside the app, Google also introduced 'Play Points' which players will earn while playing Android games on PCs. 

Google did not elaborate which technology the company is using to get Android games running on Windows PCs. Rest assured that Google Play Games will not involve game streaming.

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Source: Google 12, Via TheVerge
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