Google Play has launched a new initiative that will help gamers find the games they want on the site.
Google Play Games, the official app for Google Play, now lets users search for free games by searching for the word ‘free’ in the search box on the top right of the search results.
The company says this is a “big step forward” in search for new and free games, with many games currently appearing as “free to play” on the Google Play store.
It also says it will now add games to its “Featured Games” tab, allowing users to find games they would normally have to pay for.
Google said that with this new feature, “more people can find and enjoy more great free games” on Google.
“This is a big step forward in search on Google for great free and paid games,” Google Play Games director David Gomes said.
Google also added that the Google Plus app, the Google+ social network, will now allow users to search for games from their Google+ profile.
Google Play also added a number of new games, including the popular puzzle game The Secret World, which is available to play for free, and the popular sci-fi puzzler Dungeon Keeper.
Google also launched a search engine called Search Engines, which allows users to filter search results based on the genre and type of game they are looking for.
Google has also made it easier for gamers to see games they might be interested in playing, with search results showing the latest titles that are available on GooglePlay for free.
“This has been a long time coming,” Google added.
It also added more than 30 new games to the list of titles available for free to play.
All games will now be available for anyone to download from the GooglePlay app for free and play.