Google Features 10 Games Coming To Stadia Through New Stadia Makers Initiative

Posted on April 9, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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While kicking off a platform so late to the game – following behind Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo – Google was adamant in welcoming a new platform that has yet to be directly explored. That being through the cloud, Google introducing Stadia could be the next standard for interactive entertainment. Even Xbox lead Phil Spencer remarked on the opportunity Google has when announcing to be entering the market.

However, what appeared to be a large gap in Stadia as a platform following release is the amount of games. In that, it was reported from a handful of anonymous developers which issued concern for working on ports for the platform. Additionally, the report also disclosed lacking of funds to approach a Stadia version and Google’s reputation which only weakens attempts to pursue the platform.

But, Stadia in the past handful of weeks has proven to be tackling this issue head on. Announcing Stadia Makers, the new program partners with Unity to offer assistance to developers across more than a dozen of platforms. Now in a new announcement, Google reveals 10 titles coming to Stadia through the initiative.

You can read the full list below:

Death Carnival
Figment 2: Creed Valley
Hundred Days: Winemaking Simulator
Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch
Merek’s Market
She Dreams Elsewhere
The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark

The roster above is not to mention the previously featured, independently developed titles that Google showcased prior that are available now. Those games are: Kaze and the Wild Masks, Nanotale – The Typing Chronicles, TOHU, and Unto The End.

As for more context on one of the featured games in the list, Rectify Gaming previously features She Dreams Elsewhere when at PAX East 2020. You can read our full coverage for the game by heading here.

Are you planning to get any of the aforementioned games on Stadia?

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