Google Brings Android Apps to Windows For a Select Few

During the 2021 Game Awards, the Google Play team wandered on stage to announce Google Play Games for Windows PCs. The standalone application, which is separate from the Microsoft app store, will let you download Android games from Google Play and share purchased games between all your devices. Now, Google Play Games for Windows is entering an extremely limited beta.

Microsoft Buys Activision Blizzard to Kick Off Its Metaverse

Microsoft will acquire Activision Blizzard, the developer behind Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Candy Crush, for $68.7 billion. This deal, which is the most expensive acquisition in Microsoft’s history, will make Microsoft the third-largest game company by revenue behind Tencent and Sony. But more importantly, it will kick off Microsoft’s venture into the metaverse.

The Solution For Virtual Reality Nausea Might Be a Stick of Gum

Those CEOs and tech dorks that talk about attending business meetings in VR are completely out of touch with what people really want from VR—games and adventures that you can’t experience in real life. That means floating through outer space, zooming on a military-grade jet, mowing down zombies, and of course, riding nightmarish roller coasters.

The 6 Best ‘Wordle’ Alternatives

Few things are more exciting than getting swept up into the latest Internet craze, and the latest game craze is Wordle. The addicting game gives you one new puzzle to solve each day, but if you can’t wait and want more, here are the best Wordle alternatives.

‘Fortnite’ Returns to iOS Through NVIDIA GeForce Now

Apple kicked Fortnite off the App Store over a year ago, due to ongoing court proceedings, it probably won’t return anytime soon. But NVIDIA is giving gamers a new way to play Fortnite on iOS. Beginning next week, NVIDIA GeForce Now will launch a closed beta that lets you play Fortnite and other games through the mobile Safari browser.

Get Nintendo’s Official Switch NES Gamepads at a Major Discount

Nintendo Switch Online unlocks a ton of perks for your console, including a wide selection of classic NES, SNES, N64, and Sega games. And now, you can enjoy those retro games with a pair of discounted NES gamepads. Nintendo is offering a $25 discount on its official NES gamepad two-pack until February 2nd, bringing its price down to just $35.

Can You Use a Projector for Gaming?

Projectors deliver the ultimate home cinema experience thanks to their crisp image quality and massive display size. But what if you want to play games on a 120-inch screen? Can you use a projector for gaming, and if so, what do you need to know before buying a gaming projector?
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