Trying to play on my Chromebook

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    WB Gamer
    From a brief look it appears the Asus Chromebook, at least the C200 and C300 series, use Intel processors. Almost all Android phones use ARM processors, so the game is compiled for them. While there is an emulation layer to be able to run Android apps it may not be playing nicely with the game.
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    WB Gamer

    Thank you for your comment, mine is a C101 and has a Rockchip RK3399 processor. all the other mobile games run fine so far but this one seems to struggle and to be fair this one is the only one i want to lay at the minute ... typical haha.

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    WB Gamer

    Most of the Android application emulation done on Chromebooks was primarily with the intent of being able to access most of the tools that Android has available - such as office software. Games were never the specific intent, so the fact that it's having an issue with GoT:C isn't much of a surprise to me.

     

    I wouldn't really expect for much improvement until you can run Android applications natively on Chromebooks, which isn't entirely that far off for most of them since there are a few that can; though, I don't believe your specific Chromebook was provided the ability to run them natively yet at this time. Please note that even if it had the ability to, many have already made the comment that you shouldn't expect to be able to run games just as you would on Android - so just bear that in mind in the future.

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