Google Assistant first announced back in May at Google I/O 2016. The Google Assistant is the Google’sAI(artificial intelligence) that helps consumers in many ways. When Google Allow was launched, the Google Assistant came with it. This persona assistant is activated by typing ‘@google’ and the request is sorted out in a matter of seconds.

One fantastic thing about Google Assistant is that anyone can easily request to play a game. By doing that, this personal assistant gives you 4 categories of game:

  • Classic Games
  • Quiz Games
  • Chat Games
  • Doodle Games

Hitting any of the category above prompts you to reply with ‘Ok, which one?’ It then expands the category selected to reveal more game choices. The games listed are only played through the Google Alloapplication. At least that’s what almost everyone thought, till a Google Assistant fant on Reddit discovered that this games can also be easily played on any browser.

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To play these games on any web browser, you only have to open Allo and then request for the games. Select the category you want and then turn off the network connection and choose your desired game. Once you do this, a page pops up saying that there’s no connection and a URL is also shown below it. Grab this URL and open it in any web browser, and you can play these games on a smartphone or even a PC.

Make sure you turn the network on after taking the URL.This is because game can’t be played if you don’t have an Internet access.

Source:AndroidAuthority

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