Google’s cloud-based service for gaming is a key part of the future of mobile gaming.
Now the tech giant is taking a stab at the task of making that happen.
In a new patent filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office, Google claims that it has developed a cloud-hosted engine that “will be very important” for mobile gaming, allowing users to connect their gaming devices to a Google Cloud Service to run their game without a separate computer and operating system.
The patent suggests that the engine would also be used to run a cloud gaming service that is “mobile-friendly and can be hosted on mobile devices.”
In addition, the patent indicates that Google will be working on a cloud server to store and manage the data of the Google Cloud Platform, the software Google provides to mobile developers.
The patents indicate that Google is working on “a platform that can be used for a single-user mobile game” and a “platform that can support mobile games hosted on a single Google Cloud Hosting service.”
This will allow for games to run on the cloud without a need for a separate operating system, and Google’s patent describes how the Google cloud service can be deployed on mobile platforms, with users “using a single device” to run the game.
The Google Cloud Engine will also be able to support multiple mobile devices, “such as a laptop or tablet.”
According to the patent, the engine is described as having “several different architectures” and that it can “support a variety of different mobile devices” with “different hardware capabilities.”
According the patent filing, the GoogleCloud Engine is designed to be “an integrated software and services platform,” which is a term that is often used to describe a mobile game’s app store.
Google said it is also developing an SDK to enable the creation of apps for Android and iOS devices.
In the filing, Google is describing the engine as “the most scalable platform available for mobile games.”
Google says the engine will allow users to run games in a way that “is scalable to mobile platforms” and will allow developers to create apps “with native support for mobile devices and for mobile apps running on the platform.”
Google is also describing how the engine can be integrated into other Google products, including the Google Maps service and the Google Search service.
The patent also shows that Google has “developed a solution that will allow mobile users to play games” that are “on the Google Play Store.”
This is an important step because Google currently requires developers to download and install the app store on a device before they can publish games.
Google also said that developers must “submit to an Android or iOS app store review process.”
Google is looking to push developers to build apps “that support the Play Store as a platform for their games.”