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Google Play Pass: Full List of Games and Apps

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Out of nowhere – and soon after the launch of the hyped Apple Arcade – Google launched their own $5 a month subscription service called Google Play Pass.

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Since they probably didn’t really have the time that Apple did to secure exclusive game deal, Google opted for including a huge library of games in their service, but also various apps.

We’re talking about premium content here – apps and games that you’d otherwise have to pay to unlock, and even though there’s no exclusive content for them to brag with, there are still some really big names available on Google Play Pass.

And I am sure you’d like to see a full list of games available on Google Play Pass (as well as apps) and we’re here to help you with that.

So prepare to do a lot of scrolling down, since we’re talking about over 350 titles available for the $4.99 subscription – if you decide to buy your Google Play Pass. Right now, they are difficult to be found due to how the service is built, so a bunch of them will still be missing from our list, probably. (More details about this new service for Android users after the list below.)

Google Play Pass: List of Games & Apps

Since I can’t find a better way to approach this, I am listing the titles in alphabetical order (starting with games first and apps second).

– .projekt
– 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure
– 7 Little Words
– 80 Days
– 100 Blocks Puzzle
– 250+ Solitaire Collection
– 2048
– Absolute Drift
– Aces(R) Spades
– Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise
– Alive Alphabet: Letter Tracing
– Amazin Crime: Strange Stickman Rope
– Bridge Constructor Portal
– Card Thief
– Chameleon Run
– Death Squared
– Door Kickers
– Evoland
– Farm Invasion USA
– Fiz: Brewery Management Game

– Flow Free (as well as Hexes & Warps)
– Game Dev Tycoon
– Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
– Grand Action Simulator – New York Car Gang
– Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride
– Grimvalor
– Guns’n’Glory Heroes
– Guns’n’Glory Zombies
– Hidden Folks
– Hoplite
– King’s League: Odyssey

– Lichtspeer
– Limbo
– Lumino City
– Mini Metro
– Monument Valley 2
– Neighbors from Hell Season 1
– Neighbors from Hell Season 2
– Ninja Hero Cats
– NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
– Old Man’s Journey
– One More Line
– Pocket City
– Red Herring
– Reigns
– Reigns: Her Majesty
– Reigns: Game of Thrones
– Risk
– Save the Puppies
– Shadow Fight 2: Special Edition
– Smashy Road: Wanted
– Sorcery! 1 to 4
– Space Marshals
– SpellForce – Heroes & Magic
– Star Wars: KotOR

– Stardew Valley
– Suzy Cube
– Swordigo
– Terraria
– The Battle of Polytopia
– The Tiny Bang Story
– Thimbleweed Park
– This is the Police
– Thomas & Friends: Race On!
– Tiny Guardians
– Titan Quest
– Touchgrind BMX 2
– Trivia 360
– Wayward Souls

Games for kids:

Although many of the games available on Google Play Pass are kid-friendly, these are definitely dedicated to a younger audience:

– Thomas & Friends: Race On!
– Toca Mystery House
– Toca Nature
– Pet World
– Sago Mini Pet Cafe

Apart from all these games, there’s also a bunch of various guess the image type of games, puzzles, sudokus and crossword titles that I decided not to list to stay as sane as possible writing this.


– AccuWeather
– Accurate Altimeter
– All-in-One Calculator
– Ambience – Nature Sounds
– Business Calendar Pro
– CamtoPlan
– Currency Converter Plus
– Daylio – Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker
– Premium
– Easy Voice Recorder Pro
– Enpass Password Manager
– Flashcards
– FlipaClip: Cartoon Animation
– ISS HD Live

– jetAudio HD Music Player Plus
– Lexis Audio Editor
– Melobeat
– Moon+ Reader Pro
– My Notes – Notepad
– Our Groceries Shopping List
– Photo Studio Pro
– Pic Stitch: #1 Collage Maker
– Podcast Go
– Rain Sounds – Sleep & Relax
– Relax Rain – Rain Sounds
– Sleep Sounds
– Slow Motion Video FX
– Tunable: Music Practice Tools
– Voice Changer with Effects
– WebVideo Cast
– White Noise Generator

More details about Google Play Pass

At the moment of writing this article, the Google Play Pass is only available in the US, but Google announced that Android users worldwide will get the chance to purchase it soon. No exact date was announced, but probably it will be sooner rather than later.

There are no announcements yet regarding exclusive deals – so unlike Apple Arcade, you will most likely not get content that is not available on other platforms. Still, starting with 350 games and apps (and definitely going up from this point onward), there could be some games and apps that are only available on Android.

All the games and apps included in Google Play Pass are premium titles, meaning that you will not be bugged with ads in these said apps and games. Even better, in the case of free titles, all IAPs will be unlocked, which comes as an added bonus.

Also, the Google Play Pass can be shared between family members, so up to 6 people in your family can access this content. Not a bad deal at all!

So, all in all, due to the sheer number of available apps and games in Google Play Pass, this service becomes pretty interesting and a good deal for those who spend a lot of time on their mobile (and who doesn’t nowadays?).

What do you think about the Google Play Pass list of games and apps? Is it something that you’d like to sign up for, or you don’t mind not having access to it?

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Writing about computer and video games since 2008, Luciano started to develop a major interest in mobile gaming starting 2013, after his son was born and free hours for hardcore gaming became nothing but a sweet memory. As a result, Touch Tap Play was created (in 2013 also), so that he can share his love for mobile gaming, but especially write tips and tricks to help fellow gamers do better in their virtual adventures.