Android players can download Google Mind Games from the Play Store for free, a new feature Google announced on Tuesday.
Google has launched a new app called Google MindGames, which offers up to 30 hours of online gaming for free.
The app is only available in the Google Store, but Google also confirmed that it’s now available on the Google Home app.
You can find the Google Mindgames page on the Home app, and you can grab the game for free via the Google App.
In addition to the free game, Google has also made a few other apps available for Android users, including the game Mind Games.
Google’s Play Store has been home to dozens of mind games for years, but the company announced Tuesday that it would be bringing Mind Games to its home app.
Google MindGames is available to download from the Android Market and on Google Play, and Google said it plans to add more games to the Google store in the future.
Google’s mind games game, Google Mind, is a free-to-play game where players are encouraged to “think about your favorite places, places you’ve been, places that you’ve seen and places you’re curious about.”
The game is the brainchild of Google’s Mind Project, which aims to create “mind games” that are “more interactive, personalized, and more personal” than what players already find on Google’s search engine.
The mind games are designed to “stimulate thought and focus your attention on your favorite destinations.”
For example, a player might choose to “take a look at the stars in the night sky,” or to “look at a sunset.”
The mind games also have the added benefit of being free, which is the case with most of Google Play’s games.
“Google Play has been a leader in supporting free games for years, and we look forward to continuing that legacy with the Google Mind games,” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.