Thursday , March 8 2018

More Chromecast games are now available to play on the big screen

Better make sure you have a Chromecast under the tree this Christmas, with Google announcing more Chromecast compatible games for you to play with your friends and family.

There’s seven new games available to play, though three of them from Ubisoft – Monopoly Here & Now, Yahtzee Blitz, The Game of Life, Scrabble Blitz 2.0 – are only available in the US and Canada.

There’s still three titles available to play if you’re in Australia though, with Rovio launching Chromcast support for Angry Birds Friends, while Ubisoft has also launched Risk: Big Screen addition, as well as adding Chromecast support for Driver Speedboat Paradise which is also available here as well.

There’s lots of fun here, so if you have a Chromecast or there’s going to be one opened on Christmas morning, here’s a great family way to spend the day playing. You can also find a heap more Chromecast compatible apps over on

The app was not found in the store. 🙁
RISK: Global Domination
RISK: Global Domination
Developer: SMG Studio
Price: Free+
Source: Google Chrome Blog.

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Still waiting for some big board games to come to the TV. Ticket To Ride, Carcassonne, Settlers of Catan. It’d be so nice to place those without needing to deal with all the pieces.

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