Google Play Games for PC is now available | Android games on Windows | available in Europe and New Zealand
To experience the official choice for Android games on Windows, you no longer need to reside in one of a select number of nations. New Zealand and more than 40 European nations, including the UK, have joined the Google Play Games beta. The site is now accessible in 56 nations overall, up from only 13 as of November, thanks to the expansions.
There are presently more than 100 Android games available on Google Play. Despite the fact that more well-known titles like Asphalt 9, Homescapes, and Last Fortress are featured, you might not be familiar with all of them. Google regularly adds new games to the site and says additional nations will have access “soon.”
There are hardly many criteria. You’ll need a computer running at least Windows 10, with a solid-state drive, 8GB of RAM, and either AMD’s or Intel’s UHD 630 graphics (found in Core CPUs from the 8th and 9th generations). Google advises using a CPU with eight logical cores and a specialized “gaming-class” GPU, such as the NVIDIA GeForce MX450. You should attempt this if your PC isn’t more than a few years old.
Of course, there are more ways to play Android games on Windows besides this. While clients like BlueStacks have been around for a while, Windows 11 now allows programs from the Amazon app store. However, if you want Google’s complete support and don’t mind a little selection, Google Play Games can be alluring.