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Google Play adds cloud saves, leaderboards, matchmaking

Gamers now can save and sync game progress across devices and get matched up with other players on Android or iOS.

By May 15, 2013


Google+ Games to get ax in favor of Google Play Games

Games on Google's social network will be retired on June 30 as part of a switch to a new game development platform.

By May 15, 2013


At Windows 8 launch, these 40 games will be ready to go

Angry Birds, Minesweeper, Wordament, and 37 other casual games will be available on October 26, the day Microsoft makes Windows 8 commercially available.

By August 31, 2012


Adobe speaks out about iPad Flash omission

Adobe finds out Apple's new iPad doesn't support Flash and it isn't too happy about it. A group manager mentions that frustration in a blog post.

By January 28, 2010


Build killer Flash games with Playcrafter

Build Flash games the easy way with Playcrafter, a drag and drop game maker that's got our jaws dropping and bosses angry.

By July 30, 2008


AddictingGames makes social-network play

The Nickelodeon-owned site will announce several steps to turn its Flash-based games site into more of a community for teen players.

By July 16, 2008


Freewebs' Pagii.com: The return of the personal home page?

The Web page building company forays into social networking with a new site that allows you to create an ultra-customized profile.

By September 16, 2007


Fun in a Flash

Flash games offer an easy way to play full games without having to install anything on your machine or buy the latest hardware.

By January 5, 2007