No, not just "a laptop by google". Chromebooks run on Chrome OS, a linux-based operating system. They cannot run windows apps unless you heavily modify them, and even then, they won't run very well.
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That requires turning on dev mode and installing a linux desktop alongside chrome OS, or in some chromebooks, enabling the VERY buggy, VERY laggy beta linux app feature. Why not just add keyboard support to the version that chromebook users can get directly from the easily accessible play store that comes with their device?
Edit: Wait, I just realized there isn't even a linux version in the first place. Do you even know what a chromebook is?
I play on chrome, too. Go into the settings and change the controls from "joystick" to "touch". Then, you can use your mouse to move around and use objects in the map. I do think they should add keyboard support for the android version, though.
Just so you know for later, they're spelled "phobia"/"phobic" (with a "ph", not an "f"), and "idea" (only one "i").
That whole thing about cyan seems to be a modern case of a playground rumor. Younger players who don't really understand code hear a rumor that cyan is more likely to be an imposter, and they spread that, and the other kids they spread it to spread it, on and on. Nothing short of an announcement from innersloth being put front and center somewhere in the app where players can't miss it will stop it.
I have a bit of a request: Could you guys look into optimizing among us 2 mobile for chrome OS? The first works fine on my chromebook with the "touch" control scheme, but I'd like to have more keyboard functionality.