Infinity loop is a puzzle game where you have to connect all the pieces together to complete a level. The concept is surprisingly simple, and the game is pretty easy, but it’s amazingly polished gameplay and simplicity turns it into a mesmerising experience. You’ll finish a level, and finish some more, and before you know it you’ll reach level 500 and wonder what you’re doing with your life. If you need to wait a few minutes for anything, just pull your mobile out and start playing this. What makes this game so good at it is that it’s so easy to pick up and put down.
They might not be the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of a gaming machine but lately, more and more options have been surfacing for Chromebook gaming. As well-designed and well-made as the new Chromebooks are, they still don’t have the fit and finish of the MacBook Pro line. They’re not as capable as full-blown PCs at some tasks, especially processor- and graphics-intensive tasks. But the new generation of Chromebooks can run more apps than any platform in history.
Also, you can purchase up to 1TB of online space for $9.99 per month, if you need more. People who need a lot of storage can buy up to 30TB for $300 per month. Windows still provides a traditional and familiar folder of files, which appears in the simple File Explorer program. You can also save to your desktop, pin documents to the bar and create new folders in a jiffy. You can even access your Microsoft OneDrive files to see what you’ve stored in the cloud.
If a new version of the system is available, your device will automatically download and install it. If your Chromebook doesn’t have the Play Store installed, you will have to download it, but it’s possible that your Chromebook doesn’t support Android apps. In the beginning, Chromebooks offered limited features and it could only run Chrome add-ons and web apps. Not anymore, as Google has recently added Android App support to the latest Chromebook models, making the device extremely popular as a result. There is no native Steam app for Chrome OS. So if you want to play Steam games on your Chromebook, you need to do some hoop-jumping. Even then, there is a question mark about whether the results are worth it. There will undoubtedly be questions around whether your Chromebook has sufficient grunt to run the games you wish to play.
Plus, it’s pretty damn cool that such a sophisticated, 100-player game can run in our hands. The Pixel’s display is also slower to refresh—it supports just 60 Hz, while the Galaxy S21 family and OnePlus 9 support 120 Hz. That makes animations noticeably smoother on those phones. The Pixel 6 Pro has three camera sensors on the back instead of two.
If you’re using a USB controller, just plug it in—if it’s compatible, it should work immediately. For what it’s worth, I ended up preferring the experience of the DualShock over USB than the Moga over Bluetooth on every game that worked with both. Android apps on Chromebooks are great for getting things done, but they also allow Chromebooks to become more game friendly than ever before, thanks to Google Play’s vast game catalog. Pair that with a Bluetooth controller, and you have a pretty solid little gaming rig for on the go. To make Android apps show up on your Chromebook as they do on your tablet or Android phone, you can change the size of the app. When you opt in to use the Google Play Store, some system apps and features may send Google information about how you use those apps.