For Google, there's only enough room for one game in town.
The Web giant on Wednesday took the wraps off Google Play, its new game development platform, during the first day of the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco. The cross-platform game service promises a handful of new developer features, including the ability to sync gaming activity between devices and save game progress on Google's servers.
But something that won't be saved on Google's servers will be the games that Google+ users have been playing for the last couple of years. As part of … Read more