Cloud gaming company Blacknut has reported a new milestone, with its catalogue of premium games now exceeding 500 titles.

It is the first time that a video games library of this size has become available to players across multiple platfroms and at no additional charge on any cloud gaming subscription service.

For reference, GeForce Now currently supports over 2,000 titles, but to access them, games need to be purchased separately.

Launched in 2018, Blacknut’s cloud gaming platform is available in 40 countries. The latest games to be added include titles like LEGO Star Wars by Disney, Overcooked by Team 17, Metro 2033 Redux by Deep Silver, Lara Croft GO by Square Enix and Asphalt 9: Legends by Gameloft.

The Blacknut subscription service is available across Android smartphones and tablets, PC and Apple laptops and desktops, Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra, Amazon Fire TV and selected models of Samsung Smart TVs.

On a related note, Blacknut claims in the press release that 30% of gamers play on mobile, 30% on PC and 40% on Smart TV, with 19% of subscribers regularly playing across more than one device.

“500 games is a huge milestone for us, and shows how many more publishers see a future in cloud gaming as a way to get their games in front of a new and untapped audience that value choice and quality over the latest piece of gaming hardware,” said Olivier Avaro, CEO at Blacknut.

The monthly subscription fee is $15.99 / £12.99 / €14.99.