Google is expanding its list of games available to Android smartphones and tablets with a new game-making tool that lets you create and share your own Android game.
Google Play Games, a new Google product that lets users play games through Google Play on Android devices, allows users to create and play their own games from a variety of games, including those made by indie developers.
The new Google Play Games allows users, for example, to create their own game using Android Studio, the free and open-source development tool.
The new tool lets users create a game and share it with others in a game.
It’s an important feature, as Google has been reluctant to support Android game development in the past.
The search giant has said it will eventually support Android games, but not yet with the ease it’s willing to give now.
While Google is offering the new Google Game Studio, it is only available for Android devices running Android 4.4.4 KitKat or higher.
Users can start using Google Play Game Studio on Android 4, 4.2, 4 and 2.0 devices.
Users can choose to use the Google Play Play Games app or create a new app, but it’s important that users follow the instructions in the Google app to create an app.
Google says the new Play Games will allow users to share their creations with their friends.
In addition to sharing games with friends, Google Play users can also post game screenshots to social networks.
For developers, the new tool allows for the creation of games from Android games using an SDK that allows developers to include their own code, in addition to the Android code that Google Play already includes.
Google Play also offers an API that allows other developers to build apps for Google Play, which is a welcome addition.
“Google Play has always been about making the world a better place and creating innovative and compelling apps for Android.
This new tool gives us the tools we need to make the experience better for users,” said Matt O’Brien, the head of Google Play Developer Program.
The announcement comes as Google is ramping up its efforts to support developers of Android games on its own platform.
In September, Google announced a $1.6 billion investment to help developers develop games on Google Play for smartphones and other Android devices.