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- It's pretty clear the folks at Google have an appreciation for games. Their fully functional version of Pac-Man for the game's 30th anniversary garnered some attention. Searching for "do a barrel roll" will make your browser do just that, and the ever-present Konami Code interacts with a number of Google services, like Drive and the Google Play app.Today the company is celebrating a different kind of gaming. Today is the 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube, and in honor of that occasion you can play a fully interactive version of the puzzle block in your browser.The popular 80's fad doesn't predate video games (it was released in 1974, several years after Spacewar! and the Magnavox Odyssey) but it does hearken back to a simpler time. Though now, I suppose you might say Google has made it into a video game.
- Google has always had the tools to make mobile gaming on Android devices into a force to take on iOS toe-to-toe, it's just been a question of having the will and awareness to put them together in a way that makes sense for developers. With the now-underway Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco as a backdrop, that time may have arrived.On the same day it's sponsoring a Developer Day at GDC, Google is introducing a range of improvements to the Google Play Games service intended to make it even more attractive to designers and players alike. Chief among them are game gifts, roping in Google+ to allow in-game items to be sent to anyone in a person's Circles, and the option for direct multiplayer invites through the Play Games app.The Google Play Store is getting 18 new categories to aid in discoverability, something Google Play Games lead product manager Greg Hartrell told Polygon was sorely needed."We've never had a role-playing game category," Hartrell said to Polygon. "There isn't a music game category. And if you're into those types of games, you're relegated to using search right now, or relying on it being recommended to you."
- Move over OUYA, there's a new Android console maker in town. And unlike OUYA, this particular entrant won't need to go to Kickstarter to raise funds for its machine. That's because the maker in question is Google, owner of the Android OS and one of the largest and most ubiquitous tech companies around.
- For many, January is a perfect time for new resolutions. And like any good site, Gamezebo has made a few resolutions as well. Specifically, we've resolved to be everywhere that you are.
- We recently reported that developer Wooga was removing their games from Google+ come July 1. If that wasn't bad enough news for the already struggling platform, it looks like PopCap is following suit with Bejeweled Blitz: Come June 18, the game will no longer be available on the social network.
- 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.
- Whenever a new platform launches, or people debate the merits of ones that already exist, the discussion almost always centers around games. Even the most powerful of systems would flounder without any sort of compelling content. It's an especially salient topic with iOS and Android, two platforms whose battle is comparable to that of the most bombastic fights in cinematic history. In this ultimate of turf wars, where do developers stand?
- Tired of having to jump through third-party game networks on Android while your smug iOS friends gloat about their Game Center? According to a source that spoke with Business Insider, it looks like Google might be aiming to supply Android devices with a native Game Center-like app of their own.