GameClub launches multiplatform monthly service on Android
There is a new monthly service for Android where you can play premium games, called GameClub (GameClub launches multiplatform monthly service). The subscription initially gives access to more than 120 games, but the portfolio only grows.
Launched by the company of the same name, GameClub allows users to access high-quality games for a small monthly subscription.
GameClub also offers another advantage, its list of games keeps growing.
In addition, multiple people can play using the same GameClub account for the same fee, so you can split the subscription.
This seems to be the biggest benefit since the service supports up to 12 people. So you would have if you split the subscription, a monthly fee of less than 5$.
You decide, include members of your family, or call friends to share the monthly service and play together.
Another benefit is that GameClub is multiplatform. Which means you can play with people who play on iOS. In addition, regardless of the platform, Android or iOS, you can continue sharing the subscription.
It’s not all flowers, you won’t find any “AAA” games here. Not from major studio studios. But that does not mean that the games are not good. Especially since you will have such a large catalog that you will need time to get to know all the games you pay for on subscription.
There are currently over 125 different games that can be played and more will be added in the future. Many of them are games that you can already access on Android. So it can be a good way to share some of your favorite games with friends and family.
Some of the games are new to the platform. This means that this will be one of the first people to play on Android as they are not inserted directly into Google Play.
If you are interested in trying the GameClub, you can download the app and install it on your Android device. What’s more, it even comes with a free trial so you can get to know the games.
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