Google-led Chromebook netbooks are a great value for money, and the Linux-based Chrome OS operating system has a very different experience advantage than Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS, so it’s popular with many users for educational and entertainment applications. The latest is that Users of Chromebook devices can also get free of charge the Destroyer I plus II games on the Google Play Store, whereas Android users typically pay $5 for each game.
To get this time-limited benefit, click on the link to the privileged page (portal) in Chromebook and search for The Destroyer in the free rewards program.
Even if you’re not using the latest Chromebook device, check to see if the configuration meets the operating criteria. If the verification passes, you can still download it for free on the Google Play Store.
BetaNews editor Brian Fagioli has had the privilege of qualifying on the asus low-end Chromebook (non-touch-screen model) that has been in place for two years, and interested friends may want to try their luck, as well as unlock the free experience on Android smartphones/tablets.