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Google+ gets games, player

Aug 11 // Dale North
   @DaleNorth

[inhales through teeth] sssssssh Yeah. Un. Yeah, baby. Games on Google+, grrrrl. Sh*t is so real. Umm.

It's real. Pandas and gems and diamonds and puzzles and all that thug sh*t is on Google+ now. Real talk. It's a gradual rollout, so you'll see a Games section pop up in your account when they're ready for you to get all up in that.

Google says that on the Games page you can see the latest game updates from your circles, browse the invites you’ve received, see achievements and check out games the shortiez you know have played. Your circles will only see the updates when they’re interested in playing games too, thug. If you're not down with the game you can also easily ignore it and continue posting pictures of your muscles or whatever.

Titles like Angry Birds, Bejeweled Blitz, Dragon Age Legends, Zynga Poker, Sudoku and many more are listed in the initial launch set. See a full list of that after the jump.

[inhales through teeth] Yeah.

  • Angry Birds
  • Bejeweled Blitz
  • Bubble Island
  • City of Wonder
  • Collapse! Blast
  • Crime City
  • Diamond Dash
  • Dragon Age Legends
  • Dragon of Atlantis
  • Edge World
  • Flood-It!
  • Monster World
  • Sudoku
  • Wild Ones
  • Zombie Lane
  • Zynga Poker



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