Google appears to be preparing to release a central hub for games on Android, after a leaked build showed a new service called Google Play Games.
The new service appears to be a cloud-based central store for all things gaming on Android, in the same vein as Xbox Live or iOS Game Center. The leaked software makes reference to game achievements and cloud-save syncing, ensuring your games will be always up to date, no matter what device you're using.
It also mentions in-game chat, matchmaking and leaderboards, along with deep integration of Google+ for achievement sharing and user identification. The build even shows the new green controller-shaped icon for the service.
The software was obtained by Android Police
and they note that the leak ties-in with previously leaked information that came from the Google Glass companion app.
Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, starts on 15th May so it's a fair bet if Google Play Games is real it will be officially unveiled there.