It looks like Google has some big features planned for Google+, including a Google Games product.
Engadget dug up some interesting pieces of the Google+ code. Specifically, I was interested in the references to "Google+ Games."
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The references to game invites and Google+ Games seem pretty clear. And while Google could always choose to scrap a Google+ Games product before its launch, we don't think that's what will happen here. The reason being Zynga, the creator of FarmVille, CityVille and many more social games.
Google invested more than $100 million in Zynga last year. The investment was designed to be part of a larger partnership, sources have told us. That partnership, we believe, will culminate with the launch of Google+ Games. And you can bet that Google+ will prominently feature games from the social gaming giant.
We doubt it will be long before we learn more about Google+ Games. Zynga is expected to file for its IPO in the next few days, and we bet there will be a few references to what kind of partnerships it's exploring with the search giant.
This story originally published on Mashable here.