Google has released a beta version of its Android game software for Windows PC. Tests are taking place in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan, and Windows PC users can play popular mobile addresses with a mouse and keyboard.
Gamers can super easily search, download and enjoy their favorite mobile games directly on their PC to take advantage of larger screens and control their mouse and keyboard. You will not lose your progress and achievements when you change your device; Everything works with your Google Play Games account.
Google Play Games will also offer a system that will give you Play Points. Its significance is currently unknown, but I suppose it’s a similar progression system to Xbox Gamerscore. The app with which you will be able to play Android games will be native to Windows so it is not an emulator or game streaming.
This announcement comes months after Microsoft introduced support for Android apps via “Windows Subsystem for AndroidA partnership has begun with Amazon that allows users to install apps from the Amazon Store directly into Windows 11.
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