Changes to Google Play Games UI Might Mean a Much Better User Experience

Searching for games that you can potentially end up playing on the Google Play Store can be a really harrowing experience for a lot of people, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that you would be inundated with ads in most of the games that you find there. What this platform sorely needed was some way in which people could search for specific kinds of games since in a lot of situations people might have been looking for quality games but instead were forced to scroll through lots of ad based games that are lower in quality and therefore not what they might have been looking for at that particular point in time.

Luckily for people that use this platform, a new feature is being rolled out that the folks at Google refer to as Fireball. This is a search feature that would make it so that you can search for the specific games that you want based on what requirements you have. It is a way for you to get game suggestions that wouldn’t have any ads in them, and you can specify a lot of other things as well such as the genre of the game that you want. If you want a puzzle game you can narrow the parameters accordingly as is the case with virtually any other game genre that you might be interested in.

This is great news not just for people that want to play more games on their phones but for the people that actually make these games in the first place as well. They will be able to rest assured that people that want the kinds of games that they are making would now definitely end up finding them thanks to the new Fireball feature.



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