Google Play Games is in open beta.

Package a game for Google Play Games

Since Google Play Games provides a standard Android runtime environment, there are no differences between packing your game for mobile or PC outside of ensuring that you include x86 or x86-64 binaries. When possible, you should use the same APK or App Bundle on PC as you do for mobile builds.

When using one package across mobile and Google Play Games, it is best to enable Google Play Games specific features at runtime either by detecting the presence of a keyboard:

Kotlin

val hasKeyboard = resources.configuration.keyboard == KEYBOARD_QWERTY

Java

boolean hasKeyboard = getResources().getConfiguration().keyboard == KEYBOARD.QWERTY

C#

var unityPlayerClass = new AndroidJavaClass("com.unity3d.player.UnityPlayer");
var currentActivity = unityPlayerClass.GetStatic<AndroidJavaObject>("currentActivity");
var resources = currentActivity.Call<AndroidJavaObject>("getResources");
var configuration = resources.Call<AndroidJavaObject>("getConfiguration");
var keyboard = configuration.Get<int>("keyboard");
var hasKeyboard == 2; // Configuration.KEYBOARD_QWERTY

Or by checking for the "com.google.android.play.feature.HPE_EXPERIENCE" system feature:

Kotlin

var isPC = packageManager.hasSystemFeature("com.google.android.play.feature.HPE_EXPERIENCE")
  

Java

PackageManager pm = getPackageManager();
boolean isPC = pm.hasSystemFeature("com.google.android.play.feature.HPE_EXPERIENCE")
  

C#

var unityPlayerClass = new AndroidJavaClass("com.unity3d.player.UnityPlayer");
var currentActivity = unityPlayerClass.GetStatic<AndroidJavaObject>("currentActivity");
var packageManager = currentActivity.Call<AndroidJavaObject>("getPackageManager");
var isPC = packageManager.Call<bool>("hasSystemFeature", "com.google.android.play.feature.HPE_EXPERIENCE");