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Based off a CBC Technology and Science online news postSocialDesk, a Toronto based games maker has been grabbed up by Google for an undisclosed price.

“The company, which has offices in Toronto and San Francisco, makes software that allows people to play games against each other in real time even if one player is on a mobile device such as an iPhone and another player is on a different platform, such as the Facebook website. It has four games: Pet Hero MD, Color Connect, Shake & Spell, and Shake & Spell 3D.” (CBC)

After watching a video presentation of one of SocialDeck’s flagship games, I am surprisedĀ  such a simple idea (I’d assume most social game developers are running similar platforms) got noticed by Google.

Here’s a quick Youtube clip of the aforementioned presentation by SocialDeck:

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