By Delia / Last update March 21, 2022

Playing Android games on Windows PCs is one of the most anticipated highlights of Windows 11, but we know that the Android apps currently coming to Windows 11 are from the Amazon App Store, and what many users are really looking forward to is Google's partnership with Microsoft -  now we have a leaked video from Mishaal Rahman on Twitter showing it.

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The leaked video shows Google Play games on PC

Not long ago, Google announced it was working to bring Google Play games to Windows PCs with beta testing in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan, though it's only a matter of time before the service reaches more countries. And unlike the Amazon app dedicated to Windows 11, Google Play Games also supports Windows 10.

As Mishaal Rahman's video shows, it's a PC app that works like a game store, allowing you to play some games on your computer that previously could only be done using an emulator.

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The video doesn't show any gameplay or downloads, but it shows the launcher interface. In this beta version, you can choose from a limited number of games. In the video, under the "All Games" tab, only 24 games are currently shown. But as is the case with Amazon, we can expect more games to become available as time goes on.

How to install Google Play Games on your PC

First, there are some minimum requirements to be able to run Google Play Games on Windows:

  • Have Windows 10 or Windows 11.
  • Have at least 8 GB of RAM.
  • Have an 8-core processor.
  • Have 20 GB of internal memory available.

If you are in the beta testing area and your computer meets the above minimum requirements, then you can download Google Play Games on your PC.

Go to, click “Download”.

Open the downloaded file, then follow the instructions on your PC. The installation can take a few minutes.

Tip: If you have trouble with installation, please check if your Windows version is up to date.