The California-based Google has released five mini-games in a bid to inspire game developers to begin efforts to create more games for its Glass wearable computing device.
These games include a Fruit Ninja clone, Balance, Clay Shooter, Tennis and Matcher.
They have been created in such a way that the device's accelerometer, gyroscope and voice activation features can be used, said Google Glass developer's blog post.
While Tennis let wearers' use their head as a racket, Balance uses your head to shift around and stop a pile of shapes from toppling over.
Clay Shooter lets you say 'Pull' and you move your head to the clay pigeon in the air to shoot it.
Matcher is a card-matching game while Shape Splitter lets you use your hands to slice shapes in mid-air.
"Each game is visually simple and straightforward to play," said Google.
The new mini-games for the Glass are not the first games that have been built especially for the device.
Some earlier games include BrickSimple's multiplayer Battleship-like game dubbed 'GlassBattle' and AMA's puzzle game called 'Escape'.