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How to play PC/PS4 Games on Android for free

In this post I’ll show you How to play PC/PS4 Games on Android for free, you can play PC/PS4 games on Android. Through Cloud Gaming

The concept behind cloud gaming is that games run on remote servers and are streamed directly to a user’s device, or more colloquially, playing a game remotely from a cloud.

Most services charge you a fee for this, but there is this exceptional service that allows you to play for free !!!

G>Gloud Games

It is a cloud gaming service based in China, which allows you to play most of the PC and PS4 games on your phone.
It provides a virtual controller on your phone’s screen to play the game or you can use Bluetooth to connect a gamepad as per your liking.

It’s free (upto 30 minutes)

Yes, the service is completely free upto 30 minutes per day, you can either clear the cache of the app to reset your 30 minutes or use a modded apk to get more time.

How to play PC/PS4 Games on Android for free

It has plenty of games you can access and play right away, while some of them are SVIP exclusive.
But only some of them are SVIP and chances are that you can play your favorite game right away.

Also Read: Best Games On Roblox That Everyone Should Play


Unfortunately, nothing in this world is perfect. Hence this service also has its cons

  • There is a time limit of 30 minutes
  • You will be able to play games only in Chinese
  • Queues are long and queue time ranges from 2 minutes to 20 minutes
  • As the servers are based in China, the ping is high on normal connections

Apart from all this, Gloud Games has fairly less ads and exceeds what you would expect from a free application.


I know some of you may be thinking that this is just another click bait post, here to clear your doubts

Here is the main menu, as you can see it is in Chinese

Actual Gameplay (Controls are not visible because I connected my gamepad to my phone

Y>You can Download Gloud Games from here

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Written by Senpai

"This may be a virtual world,but I feel more alive here then in the real world"

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