With a surprise twist, Google Stadia has decided to give one last surprise gift to all its users: from this Now you can enjoy a very special new free game for the house of Mountain View.
In view of the imminent closure, after poor management and competition from services such as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (which you can find on sale on Amazon), Google has decided to offer it totally free Worm Game, a game developed internally to test the features of Stadia.
It is a very simple title and inspired by the classic Snake, in which players will take control of a worm that will become longer and longer after eating fruit on his way.
In a few days the streaming service will no longer be available: to thank fans for their trust, Google has therefore decided to offer this game for free which also represents a piece of history significant for the service.
Below you will find the official synopsis of Worm Game, told directly by the developers and available for free right now:
«“Worm Game” is the simple name we gave to the game used to test many features of Stadia, starting well before the public launch in 2019, through 2022. It won’t win Game of the Year, but Team Stadia spent a LOT of time playing it, so we decided to share it with you.
Thank you for everything and for playing with us»
You might have seen one last game arrive on Stadia today. It’s a humble thanks for playing from our team.
Find it here: https://t.co/PyAUH181v1
— Stadia ☁️ (@GoogleStadia) January 13, 2023
You can play Worm Game directly from your browser, using the keyboard or an official controller: all you have to do is go to the following address, click on the «Play» button and enjoy the latest game from Google Stadia.
Just like the rest of the streaming service catalogue, Worm Game will be available until 08:59 on January 19, the day on which the Mountain View will officially shut down all servers.
Soon you will therefore no longer be able to access your catalog: fortunately, Google has already decided to proceed with software refunds and those relating to hardware components, such as official controllers.