Lately, we have seen how Google+ paved a clean, sleek and more professed social networking site.
No wonder, two weeks after its official launching, it already gathered 20 million users.
This number signals that more and more users are drawing themselves to the new social networking site owned by the search giant.
While there can be varied reasons for every user to eagerly try or switch to this new site, still the heaviest and most plain reason is that they are getting away from the swarming games and spam posts from their previous social site.
However, with the recent confirmation of Google+ games, some users are now in a mode of disappointment.
One enthusiast of social networking from PhonesReview has expressed his discontent on this matter by saying that Google+ is already great with its clean looks and professional people.
It would be better if they can manage to keep the gaming in a different area and separate it from main social networking site.
Apparently, Google has already implemented that the games available at Google+ will become a “native client”, of which Google will host on their own servers and will give more time for developers to create a more functional and secured games.
Add to that is the news about Google’s contact to Zynga, the main games developer of FarmVille, CityVille, FrontierVille and ZyngaPoker on Facebook.
Google also admitted that they mean to take 30% less commission from Facebook and Apple developers.
So, does this mean that we are left with no other choice? Tell us your view on Google+ games on the comments below.