Home

Share this Story

Google Announces Google Play Game Services With Cloud Save, Achievements, and Leaderboards Across Platforms

Google Play game services

We’re at the Google I/O keynote and Google just announced their new Google Play game services which include cloud save, achievements, and leaderboards. They also announced that it will be cross platform, so that iOS users can take advantage. As if those new, awesome features weren’t enough, Google+ sign-in has been integrated into this service and once games are installed with this API you can invite friends from your circles on G+ and they will receive notifications to join directly into your game. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more about this new awesome service.

If you are not there already, join us in our liveblog to watch the event!

  • Michael Lewis

    I think that this could be a very good thing. I don’t remember what happened to open feint but I miss it. This could be better than that right?

    • coolsilver

      Ads, annoying popups in apps about it, probabmatic logins

  • hate G+

    google + sign in require?

  • http://twitter.com/fr8cture Eric

    I don’t see a problem with the name….its better than “Babel”

  • bob

    Google invented Game Center!!!

    • Big EZ

      Wrong! Apple will invent in in a year or two.

      • S2556

        actually they already made it like a year or 2 ago lol.

        • Big EZ

          As far as I know it’s just a match making system, no syncing.

  • EvanTheGamer

    Why? It’s simple and gets the point across. It’s Google Play Games, plus it matches the other Google “Play” services.

  • niuguy

    Its a set of APIs. Doesn’t need to be sexy.

  • http://twitter.com/misterE33 Mr E

    If anything, they should have come up with a better name for Google Play, the android market

    • michael arazan

      Should of Kept Android Market, then this new feature could have been called The Play Market.

  • FknTwizted

    its a service, it tells you what it is… its not like your going to have to click on this it is a integrated function tells you exacty what it does.