Google+ set to remove games from their site

When Google launched their own social networking site Google+ last year, everybody was upbeat and some even said that Facebook’s time has finally run out.

Well, we all know what happened to Google+.

Though Google’s social networking site is still up and around, the fact that it has never reached its full potential has caused trouble within the site. Pinterest became the next most popular social networking site and Google+ lingers at the middle of the pack.

When Google+ was introduced to Internet, millions trooped in and developers introduced games to the blossoming social networking site.

Today, these games have been slowly pulled out as Google+ cut titles due to lack of players.

PopCap’s own Bejeweled Blitz was removed from Google+ today. The latter is a very famous game and it is quite shocking to learn that it has been removed.

To add insult to injury to Google+ members, Diamond Dash and Bubble Island is set to be removed from Google+ on the 1st of July. Monster World was removed last May.

Diamond Dash developer Wooga said they decided to remove the titles from the site because they “have a much larger following on Facebook, and they are active users.”

Is this the beginning of the end for Google+?

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