The company has announced a new service that lets people create their own games with a little help from Google.
The service lets people use a smartphone app or a Google Play Store-created app to build a game from scratch and play it on any device they own.
It’s a big step for Google to embrace the mobile gaming space.
It lets you create and share games with friends.
The service launched last month with games from indie game studio The Swapper and indie developers Red & Blue developer P.T. Games.
The company’s CEO and founder, Andrew Rassweiler, is also on the board of the new Google Play Games team.
The new service is available now in the Google Play store, and it’s available to everyone, free of charge.
It can be used to create your own game, as well as to add additional content.
For example, a game could be made with a story mode, or a game can be made to be played on a TV.
Rassweiller said the service lets users build games for their smartphones, but the team is also adding a number of other features to make the experience easier.
The Google Play services team is now creating new features to add, like offline play and Google Play Music support.
The team is working on adding more ways to monetize games.
The team said in a blog post that they’ve been able to add more features to help developers better monetize their games, including “support for monetizing online games on Google Play,” which Google is starting to implement this week.
This feature lets you buy in-app purchases to help get more of your games to users.
There are a few other new features that have been added in the past week, including a new feature called “premium features.”
This is a new way to earn money for games you have downloaded.
The premium features include:The company is launching this service in the US and Canada, and the US is expected to start rolling out the service in Europe later this month.
It will be available in more countries in the future.