We’re honored to have been selected by Google to get early access to their new services, and to offer this great new functionality to our mobile developers.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Corona Labs, the leader in cross-platform mobile development software, announces support for Google Play game services at Google I/O, Google’s annual developer conference. Corona Labs integrated the new services into Corona SDK, along with support for the recent blockbuster game, Chip Chain, for demo at Google I/O.
Google Play game services empower mobile developers to create cross-platform games that foster virality and engagement and include leaderboards, achievements, and real-time multiplayer support. Corona Labs is committed to supporting the latest, cutting-edge technologies and Corona SDK developers will be among the first to receive access to these services. Support will be available soon via Corona SDK Daily Builds.
“Cloud services have become a key part of all mobile games,” says Walter Luh, CEO of Corona Labs. “We’re honored to have been selected by Google to get early access to their new services, and to offer this great new functionality to our mobile developers.”
For more information, please read today's piece in Corona Labs' blog.
About Corona Labs
Corona Labs is a venture-backed mobile software company based in Palo Alto, CA. Corona Labs’ products, the award-winning Corona SDK, Corona Enterprise and Corona Cloud, democratize app development by empowering developers, from independents to large studios, to create cross-platform applications, games and eBooks for iOS™, Android™, Kindle Fire®, and NOOK™. Boasting a community of over 250,000 developers worldwide, apps created with Corona now have more than 1,600,000,000 sessions each month.