Although they’ve been there since the launch of the games service for Google+, Wooga will be removing their games from the platform come July 1st. It should come as no surprise that a lack of users is the catalyst for the removal, a problem the social network has struggled with since day one.
Of course, there are steps Google could take to cultivate a more compelling platform for developers. For starters, they could buff up the amount of social features and offer players the ability to do more than just invite others into games; something bold that serves as more than just a too-late attempt to catch up with Facebook. Until then, I wouldn’t be surprised to see other developers following in the footsteps of Wooga, focusing their efforts on platforms with a larger user-base.