Facebook launches cloud gaming on Android and web

by WarriorForum.com Administrator
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The social giant launched new cloud-streamed games, enabling Android and web users to instantly play - no downloads necessary.

Facebook explains:

"Today we're announcing that Facebook Gaming has launched several cloud-streamed games in the Facebook app and on browser - playable instantly, with no downloads required. Cloud game streaming promises to deliver unprecedented access to games across every screen. And while we're thrilled to play a part in that future, that future is a ways off."
It's notable that Apple isn't part of the launch, as Facebook is still negotiating with Apple over the availability of games in the Facebook Gaming app. But those who can already access the games:

"Our first set of games available this week include Asphalt 9: Legends by Gameloft; Mobile Legends: Adventure by Moonton; PGA TOUR Golf Shootout by Concrete Software, Inc.; Solitaire: Arthur's Tale by Qublix Games; and WWE SuperCard by 2K. In the coming weeks we'll add Dirt Bike Unchained by Red Bull, and we'll continue to test new experiences and expand the games library in number, type, and genre."
#android #cloud #facebook #gaming #launches #web
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  • This is exciting. I really enjoyed playing Facebook games years ago. I am looking forward to see if the experience here would be just as good or better than before.
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  • Profile picture of the author gta lovers
    thats so nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aid
    And how did it actually launch it? I didn't see it anywhere. Or was it just for the sake of news article? Is there any list for those games or what?
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  • Profile picture of the author Aid
    Why the hell my comments are moderated? I will not post anything anymore here.
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