Many still haven’t accessed Google+ for the first time, but the company is apparently hiding even more features for its new social network. A closer examination of Google+’s code reveals a number of mentions to “Google Games” and “Google Questions,” according to Engadget.
Google+ already offers a variety of ways to communicate with your various social circles, so offering Q&A features like Tumblr and social games like Facebook makes perfect sense. Don’t be surprised to find new Zynga games on Google+, considering how Google invested more than $100 million in the social gaming company about a year ago. Similarly, Google Questions is likely the result of its $50 million acquisition last year of community Q&A service Aardvark.
There’s no set date on when Games or Questions will debut on Google+, as the company is still reassessing its invite process for new members.
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