Only days after the announcement of Apple Arcade, Google officially unveiled its ‘Arcade-killer’ subscription-based games and apps service called the Google Play Pass. As we all know, Play Pass had been in development for a while but couldn’t beat Apple’s product to the punch. However, despite coming out second best in the unveiling race, Play Pass packs enough ammunition to turn the table in the ultimate marathon.
With around 350 games and apps, Play Pass has a much bigger library than Arcade. The games aren’t exclusive as they are on Arcade, but that only pushes the horizon of multiplayer gaming.
With so many options to choose from, picking the recommended games/apps can feel a bit tedious. So, in order to make your precious $4.99 count — $1.99 if you subscribe before October 10th — we have curated a list of apps and games that featured in the Play Pass announcement video, hoping they are good enough to book a place in your app drawer as well.
|Name — Price||Category|
|Monument Valley 2 — $4.99||Puzzle|
|Stardew Valley — $7.99||Role-Playing|
|Old Man’s Journey — $4.99||Adventure|
|Toca Nature — $3.99||Education|
|Limbo — $4.99||Adventure|
|Terraria — $4.99||Adventure|
|Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic — $9.99||Role-Playing|
|Reigns: Game of Thrones — $3.99||Card|
|Titan Quest — $7.99||Action|
|Bridge Constructor Portal — $4.99||Puzzle|
|Wayward Souls — $6.99||Adventure|
|The Bug Butcher — $1.99||Arcade|
|Lumino City — $4.99||Adventure|
|Thomas & Friends: Race On! — Free||Casual|
|Sago Mini Pet Cafe — $3.99||Pretend-Play|
|Evoland — $4.99||Role-playing|
|Chameleon Run — $1.99||Arcade|
|Suzy Cube — $3.99||Adventure|
|Photo Studio Pro — $7.99||Photography|
|ISS HD Live: View Earth Live — $0.99||Education|
|CamToPlan — $9.99||Business|
|Slow Motion Video FX — Free||Photography|
Which apps and games are you buying the Play Pass subscription for?
Also, do not forget to check out our page on the best apps and games under Play Pass.