Google updates the SDK multiplatform for game developers on Android
Google Play Games had its brief moment of glory at the Google I/O 2014, but why not say, was buried under all the new battery that Google introduced in the Moscone Center that day. Therefore it is not surprising that Android developers have kept their aces up its sleeve in the form of updates, and now with the calm that comes after the storm was engaged in releasing. This seems to be the case to Google Play Games because the Google stuff intended for development has presented very interesting news for developers.
To summarize, the SDK update from Google Games Play C++ comes with many improvements to help developers to establish cross-platform support. Support for quests, events and saved games introduced in Google Play Services 5.0 is added. As examples they put Cocos2D-x and their game War Wagon. There is also news for iOS. Yes, we are talking about interconnection between Android and iOS devices because Play Games also has support for Apple’s mobile operating system. They update SDK by Google Play Games for iOS, which enables developers to integrate the platform all the latest services and experiences posted on the Google I/O 2014. And finally, console developers begin to have related alerts gaming services for developers to have a better track.
All these improvements, aimed at developers and not the common user, and get the same developers, who can work with it from now on. And if you want more information, the best thing to do is go to the blog of Google Android developers and get informed with great detail, although at the time of writing most of linked resources are nonexistent.
Source: Android Developers.