The Google Play Games on PC development environment is still in closed beta, but this doesn't stop you from updating your game to work on a PC. Your game will need to:
- Run in an Android environment
- Be built for the x86 or x86-64 architecture
- Run on PC class hardware
- Require a mouse and keyboard
- Work with a large screen
All of which you can test by using the developer emulator or on a ChromeOS device. This will give you the chance to make any design or tooling changes needed to make your existing Android game work well on a PC.
Use Vitals with Google Play Games on PC
You can use Android vitals to monitor the crash and ANR rates for your game after you have rolled it out to production on Google Play Games on PC, just as you would with the mobile version.
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Google Play Games on PC to see the crash and ANR rates on Google Play Games on PC.