List of Games Available on YouTube Playables to Play

YouTube Playables is an experimental feature that is live for select YouTube Premium subscribers. This experiment lets you access and play a select number of games on the platform itself. Whether you use the web version of YouTube or the YouTube app on your smartphone, these games can be accessed.

The experiment is currently live and will be coming to an end on the 28th of March, 2024. While it sounds like a good idea to be able to play small fun games within YouTube itself, it is always good to know the list of games that are playable on the platform. Check out the list of games below.

YouTube Playabales Games List

As we stated earlier, these games are available and playable only for those users who have an active subscription to YouTube Premium. Also, this is currently an experiment, so we are not sure if it will go live in the future for all users or simply be stuck for YouTube Premium users. Here is the list of all the games available to play via YouTube Playables.

  • 8 ball Billiards Classic
  • Alien Shooter
  • Amaze!
  • Angry birds Showdown
  • Basketball FRVR
  • Brain Out
  • Cannonballs 3D
  • Carrom Rush
  • Chess Classic
  • Collect Em All
  • Color Burst 3D
  • Color Pixel Art
  • Crazy Caves
  • Cube Tower
  • Cut The Rope
  • Daily Crossword
  • Daily Solitaire
  • Draw Climber
  • Element Blocks
  • Endless Siege
  • Farm Land
  • FreeCell Solitaire
  • Gin Rummy
  • Gold mahjong FRVR
  • Idle Restaurants
  • Jewels Planet
  • Knock Em All
  • Magic Cat Academy
  • Merge Heroes
  • Merge Master
  • Merge Pirates
  • Moving Co
  • My Space Pet
  • Northern Heights
  • Om Nom Nom
  • Onet Connect Puzzle
  • Pirate Pop
  • Pocket Champions
  • Rainy Boba Cafe
  • Scooter Xtreme
  • Slice It all!
  • Stack Bounce
  • Super Goal
  • Tile Master
  • Today’s hurdle
  • Words of Wonders
  • Words of Wonders Guru

Closing Thoughts

This is the complete list of all the games that are available via the PalyAbles on the YouTube shelf. While the list of games might not seem extensive, it is important to note that the whole idea of playing games on YouTube is currently an experiment.

At the end of the day, it is up to YouTube to decide if they want to keep the game on the platform or if they simply want to scrap the idea of playing the games on the YouTube platform.

What are your thoughts on this? is it a good idea to mix YouTube content and games on a single platform? Share your thoughts below.

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