After Apple, too Google throws his own subscription service dedicated to players on smartphones. The Mountain View company has indeed revealed officially Play Pass which offers a service similar to Apple Arcade but with an even more aggressive price.

Google Play Pass will cost 4,99 dollars a month, on offer launch at 1,99 dollars a month for the first twelve months: each subscription can be accessed up to six members of the family and all relevant apps and games will be without advertising and in-app purchases.

This is a partial list of the games included in the subscription, which will go up to 350 titles:

  • .projekt
  • 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure
  • 80 Days
  • Absolute Drift
  • AccuWeather
  • Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise
  • The Battle of Polytopia
  • Bridge Constructor: Portal
  • The Bug Butcher
  • CamToPlan
  • Chameleon Run
  • Death squared
  • Door Kickers
  • ELOH
  • Evoland
  • Framed
  • Game Dev Tycoon
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride
  • Hidden Folks
  • Hoplite
  • ISS HD Live: View Earth Live
  • King's League: Odyssey
  • Lichtspeer
  • Limbo
  • Lumino City
  • Mini Metro
  • Monument Valley 2
  • Old Man's Journey
  • One More Line
  • Photo Studio Pro
  • Pic stitch
  • Pocket City
  • Reigns GOT
  • Risk
  • Sago Mini Pet Cafe
  • Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition
  • Slow Motion Video FX
  • Sorcery
  • Star Wars: KOTOR
  • Stardew Valley
  • Suzy Cube
  • Swordigo
  • Terraria
  • Thimbleweed Park
  • This is the Police
  • Thomas and Friends: Race On!
  • The tinny bang story
  • Tiny Guardians
  • Titan Quest
  • Toca Mystery House
  • Toca Nature
  • Tunable: Music Practice Tools
  • Wayward Souls

Another difference with Apple Arcade is that Play Pass will not include exclusive games, but titles already available on the Play Store and purchasable even without necessarily subscribing to a subscription.

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