Google Launches Games in Google+, Now Play Free Games Using Your Google+ Account
If you are a Google+ user and were missing the games feature, here is a great news for you!
Google has launched free games for its social networking website Google+. You can play free games like Angry Birds, Bubble Island, Dragon Age, Crime City, Sudoku, etc.
According to Google, games in Google+ are there when you want them and gone when you don't. When you're ready to play, the Games page is waiting - click the games button at the top of your stream. You can see the latest game updates from your circles, browse the invites you've received and check out games that people you know have played recently.
The Games page is also where your game accomplishments will appear. So you can comfortably share your latest high score - your circles will only see the updates when they're interested in playing games too.
If you're not interested in games, it's easy to ignore them. Your stream will remain focused on conversations with the people you care about.
Google has started to gradually roll out games in Google+. It'll take some time to make them fully available to everyone in Google+.
If Google has not yet enabled games for your account, you'll get following message:
We're glad you want to play games on Google+. Don't worry, your turn is coming up! We're currently testing with a small number of Google+ users. Please check back soon. In the meantime, why not start a hangout?
You'll need to wait until Google enables Games for you...
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