Back in December, Google announced that it was bringing Android games to Windows through its own app, and now the company has provided some additional details, including a batch of Android games that’ll be playable on Windows.
Google only revealed a few games that will make their way to the service, but it’s better than what we knew from the initial announcement, which was simply that games are coming. Now, Google has said that Mobile Legends, Summoners War, State of Survival, and Three Kingdoms Tactics will all make their way to Windows.
In the image and video Google shared, you can also see additional games including State of Survival: The Joker Collaboration, Top War: Battle Game, Rise of Empires: Ice and Fire, Township, Idle Heroes, Dragon Mania Legends, Cookie Run: Ovenbreak, and Asphalt 9: Legends. Google didn’t officially mention these games, but it seems unlikely that the company would include them in an image if they weren’t coming, as well.
Google also confirmed that progress would sync across mobile, tablet, Chromebook, and Windows PC devices, which will be great for those who like hopping from device to device. That could make this a better solution for playing Android games on Windows than Windows 11’s built-in Android functionality.
In addition, Google revealed the service is going into a beta testing period, however, only users in South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan are eligible to sign up to try out Android games on Windows. “Starting on Wednesday, players in those countries can sign up to access via an interest form and get access to the beta in the near future,” said Google in a blog post.
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