You no longer have to live in one of the few countries to experience the official choice of Android games on Windows. Google Play Games demo version contains expanded To more than 40 European countries (including the UK) and New Zealand. Additions are now making the platform available in 56 countries in total, up from just 13 countries in November.
Google Play Games currently offers more than 100 Android titles. You may not recognize them all, but the most famous versions like asphalt 9And Homescapes And The last castle included. Google routinely adds new games to the service, and promises to reach more countries “soon.”
The requirements are relatively light. You’ll need a computer with at least Windows 10, a solid state drive, 8GB of RAM, and a quad-core CPU running Intel UHD Graphics 630 (found in 8th and 9th generation Core chips) or AMD equivalent. Google recommends a dedicated “gaming-grade” GPU such as GeForce MX450 from NVIDIA and a CPU with eight logical cores (such as through hyperthreading). If your computer is not more than a few years old, you can probably give this a try.
This is not the only way to play Android games on Windows, of course. Windows 11 offers apps from the Amazon Store, while clients like BlueStacks have been available for years. However, Google Play Games may be attractive if you want full Google support and don’t mind a limited catalog.