You can try these games completely free on Google Stadia without an account or download

Did you know there are free game trials on Stadia that don’t require you to sign up? In fact, there are several really fantastic titles that are free. Here are the games you can play right now without an account.

What is Google Stadia?

Stadia is one of the few cloud-based gaming services that have popped up in the past couple of years. Not relying on local downloads, with Stadia you can play graphically intense games on just about any device. All you need is a stable internet connection.

Essentially, you’re playing a game on a remote server that’s equipped with enough hardware to allow you to stream visuals and enjoy your games without wasting time. This means you can play on anything from a Google Pixel, Android tablet or even your Google TV.

Free trials on Stadia

If you just want to try Stadia without even signing up, you’re in luck. Stadia has a few free trials available so you can test out your hardware and get a feel for it before considering purchasing a title through Google’s service. In fact, as mentioned, you don’t even need to register. Just jump in and start playing. That’s all we can say about it.

NEW Chance of rain 2

As an avid fan of the Risk of Rain series, this addition to the Stadia free trial list might be the best deal. Risk of Rain 2 is a wave-based action-adventure that takes you to unique and exciting alien planets. You must defeat waves of enemies, race against the clock with impending doom, and know that the more time you spend working, the harder the game becomes.

Each time you play Risk of Rain 2, things can turn out completely differently. That in itself makes the game worth it, especially if it’s available as a free trial. Currently, Stadia offers a 60-minute trial for Risk of Rain 2, which will allow you to get a good part or two in the game for free.

The Jackbox 8 Party Pack

The Jackbox Party Pack 8 is one of many different party packs that combine some of the most fun games you can play with friends. The eighth iteration allows for up to 10 players and 10,000 viewers, for those who want to stream and interact with a large fan base. This game has become a must-have for those who need an easy-to-learn, interactive video game for parties and get-togethers.

Stadia offers a 30-minute trial to test out what Jackbox Party Pack 8 has to offer.


Want to take a spin on a side-scrolling adventure? Stadia has a 120-minute trial available for GRIME, which is by far one of the most generous essays. GRIME is a learning experience as you travel to a foreign but familiar world and improve according to your preferences.

MotoGP 21

Need a realistic and immersive motorcycle racing experience? Stadia has MotoGP 21 available for a 60-minute trial at present. This iteration takes place during the 2021 season and allows you to experience an authentic two-wheeled adventure. You can take the seat of over 120 different racers and race over 20 different tracks in your race for the best.

SteamWorld Dig 2

SteamWorld Dig 2 is a platform mining adventure that puts you in the role of a lone steambot to discover what terrors lurk beneath the surface. SteamWorld Dig 2 is available as a 30-minute trial.

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox

Escape the city of Balduq as Adol Christin. Cursed by a strange woman, Adol becomes Monstrum and must ally with others. Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is playable in a 120 minute free trial on Stadia now.

PAW Patrol The Movie: Calls of Adventure City

PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls is a fantastic option for younger kids looking to get into Stadia games, given the inherent ease of access Stadia brings to the table. You can play this PAW Patrol Adventure for 30 minutes with a free trial.

As long as you have a Google account, you can access all of these games for free without creating a Stadia account. If you purchase any of these titles after your trial expires, your progress will be saved through your Google Account.

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