Want to play Android games on your PC with a big screen? There are a couple of emulators available online. But if you want something more straightforward and user-friendly, then check out the Google Play Games for PC, which is now available as a beta release in select countries.
The Google Play Games for PC beta version is available for download on the company’s official website. However, you can only get the service if you live in Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, or Australia.
If you’re in the Philippines and still want to try it, you have a shot by using a VPN.
As of writing, the games store only offers over 40 games. But, we can surely expect Google to add more titles soon. You can try these games as long as your Windows PC has these minimum requirements.
Google bragged that they worked with every game’s developers to ensure that they are optimized for PC. Google also said that they run safety checks on all titles to keep your device secure and safe.
As part of the setup, you might have to enable hardware virtualization in your PC’s BIOS. Once done, open the app, and sign in to your Gmail account, much like how you’d use any of Google’s services.