Android games are now available on PCs, thanks to Google’s beta launch of the Play Games program for Windows, which brings a variety of games to players in select places.

Google has been working hard in recent years to make your gear function better together, notably by syncing your information across devices. Ambient computing, or doing whatever you want from whatever device you have handy, is one particularly ambitious endeavor.

While we commonly think of this in terms of performing complex activities with simple devices like a smart speaker, it can also operate in the opposite direction.

 Google Play Games, which launched today, is a great illustration of this, allowing you to effortlessly play the games you prefer on your Android device.

While we commonly think of this in terms of performing complex activities with simple devices like a smart speaker, it can also operate in the opposite direction.

Google Play Games, which launched today, is a great illustration of this, allowing you to play the games you love on your Android phone from the comfort of your desktop or laptop, which is more powerful than your phone.

Google Play Games, which was teased at The Game Awards last month, is now available in beta as a client for downloading games to a Windows PC.

Importantly, your progress will be instantly synced between your Android phone, tablet, PC, and any other Play Games-enabled device.

While we commonly think of this in terms of performing complex activities with simple devices like a smart speaker, it can also operate in the opposite direction.

For the time being, just a small selection of games will be accessible for beta testers to play, with Android game creators encouraged to optimize their titles for the new platform, including adding support for playing with a complete keyboard and mouse rather than a touchscreen.

While no official list has been released, a new video features 12 distinct games in separate portions.

For the time being, the Play Games beta for Windows PCs is only available in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, but Google has stated that more territories will be added shortly.

You can sign up for the Google Play Games beta today if you’re a gamer in one of the currently approved areas and have a Windows PC with reasonable hardware.

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