There is this thing called ARC (Android Runtime for Chrome) that allows you to play Android Apps on Google Chrome (Linux, OS X, Windows) and Chromebooks (Chrome OS). I tested out that thing and got amazed by results. I was expecting that the game would not even run and crash. Instead, it did run! I could hear the sound of the loading screen then the sound of the tutorial voices. However, I got a black screen on my laptop, so no much luck on this. But when clicking on the black scree, I could hear the click feedback sound and screen change sound, like the one you get when you click on the screen items.
Dear EA/CG, please test this as well and you may eventually publish the android app *as is* to Google Chrome, expanding the player base
. There is support for most of the integrations you have on Android already: GCM, in-app purchase, Google login!
I'm sad that I can't play on PC because I don't use Windows, and most other Android emulators suck on Linux. In fact, it is ironic that you can have an App Player run well on Windows via a translation layer, but don't have a Linux version given the fact that Android IS LINUX!
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