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Google Developing Android Game Center, According to MyGlass App Leak

The team behind the Google glass app My Glass spilled the beans on upcoming Andriod game centre with features that could revolutionize Andriod gaming.

According to Ron Amadeo of Android Police:
It sounds like Google is going to take on multiplayer gaming in a big way. They're developing a plug-in gaming service that handles every common multiplayer feature gamers have come to expect. Developers' lives should get a whole lot easier, and multiplayer gaming on Android should get a whole lot better.

Code for features like multiplayer options, notifications, in-game chat, achievement tracking, community leaderboards, and pre-game chat rooms was hidden within the Google Play Services suite that was, ostensibly, included in the Glass app by accident.

The multiplayer support is arguably the most interesting feature as it provides for both turn-based and real-time multiplayer gaming, the latter of which could potentially utilize in-game chat.
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Google I/O developers conference is next month and it's possible that we'll know more about currently unnamed Android game center in a few weeks time. Stay tuned and we'll keep you posted as we find out more.

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