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Google Play Pass is a subscription platform that has been popular for all Android users and focuses on the massive niche of mobile gaming. Despite being mobile, it brings a lot of offers for the gamers and users of the subscription platform. The feature is available for anyone, bringing an affordable monthly fee for all gaming needs.

The Play Pass may resemble the Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Now platform, but the difference is that these gaming platforms are more focusing on the gaming community of its consoles and only brings free games. The Play Pass is somehow similar to the Nintendo Switch Online platform, as it focuses on bringing games as well as its community for its gamers.

Google Play Pass Subscription: Best Games for the Pixel

Google Play Pass
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The Google Play Pass has a subscription on its platform for only $5 per month, and yes, it is as affordable as this and a gamer would already get a lot of titles to complete the mobile gaming experience. It is available for everyone that has an Android phone (version 4.4 and above) and a Google Play version 16.25 and above, as the only requirements for the subscription platform.

However, not all games are worth playing and it may overwhelm people with the many titles that are available on the subscription platform. Also, not all games may be playable on their devices, as it needs the latest version of the Android or specific minimum requirements to play some of the titles available here.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

One of the most critically-acclaimed gaming titles in mobile is still "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" or the "KOTOR" that has been popular in console and computer platforms. The game brings its glory here, and it is one of the full-fledged games that were released on mobile that captures everything it was in its PC and console counterpart.

The game brings the very best of what people have enjoyed in their gaming experience into a mobile platform that one can play anywhere, right at the palm of their hands.

Stardew Valley

"Stardew Valley" is one of the most popular simulation farming games that was released for the Windows platform and soon for different platforms like the PSVita, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and now the mobile. Its availability on the Android platform is a full port from PC, meaning that it is also a game that comes at a full version from its PC counterpart to the mobile.

The game is optimized for the touchscreen and a more hands-on approach, focusing on the experience for one's hands.

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Terraria

Just like "Stardew Valley," "Terraria" is a game that was given a port for the mobile platform, hailing from its roots in the PC platform. The game is known for being one of the top games in Google's Stadia but did not quite go on to its release due to an issue with its creator.

"Terraria" is an action-adventure sandbox game that is focused on a two-dimensional approach on its title. The game resembles the popular sandbox game "Minecraft" and has a lot of crafting content to offer for people to enjoy.

Wayward Souls

The game features a rogue-like feature as an RPG title, where a person would focus on a medieval setup and learn how the game works as they go on to gaming. "Wayward Souls" is a massive addition to the subscription platform because it is a game that pushes a person to their best, as it has permanent deaths at wrong moves.

Absolute Drift

If you enjoy a casual racing game that you need to pass levels and navigate through tight corners, then "Absolute Drift" is for you. The game only requires you to drift to the max and power slide the vehicle the best a gamer can to surpass the level.

The game offers a breath of fresh air with the heavy titles mentioned above, something fun and simple to enjoy that can be addicting.

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