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YouTube just made 75 games free to download and keep

YouTube just made 75 games free to download and keep

YouTube Playables has just been rolled out

Despite dropping from a place you would least expect, YouTube has just released an impressive 75 free games to download and keep right now.

Called Playables, this collection of free games has become available on YouTube this week and gives players access to a wide variety of games from sports to puzzle titles.

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It seems as though YouTube is following in the footsteps of other non-gaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon by releasing its own selection of games. Although you won’t find any major AAA titles in YouTube’s selection, it is still another way to get your hands on some interesting games at no extra cost.

Most notably, users will get access to mobile game IPs which will be free to play on PC, Android and iOS. However, with Playables only available in a limited number of countries, it is expected to grow over the upcoming months. As a result, it may not yet be accessible for you.

As mentioned, Playables will include 75 titles to choose from including the infamous Angry Birds Showdown as well as zombie survival card game Cards of the Undead, the brain-teasing Daily Crossword and Daily Solitaire as well as 3D shooting game Knock ‘Em All.

The Playables titles can be accessed via the Explore menu on YouTube. Additionally, players can save any progress and check high-scores at all times as well as reporting feedback, bookmarking games and sharing them with friends.

Although the catalogue features some pretty unknown titles so far, it is expected to introduce some popular ones over the next few months so it remains to be seen what will be available courtesy of YouTube gaming.

For now, players can get stuck into some well-received titles such as Angry Birds, Ludo King and Cut the Rope for absolutely free.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube, Rovio Entertainment

Topics: Youtube, Free Games