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Your iOS and Android games could soon run on Xbox Live

04
Mar
2014

Game Center on iOS has always been a bit of a let down. As a bare bones social network to keep track of your friends and achievements, it does its job, but it can’t compete with the functionality of most gaming networks. That’s why Microsoft is thinking about expanding its hugely popular Xbox Live to every mobile platform under the sun. The Verge discovered a recent job posting for a Software Development Engineer on Microsoft’s Careers site which states that the company is looking to “create a modern framework that is open source, light-weight, extensible and scalable across various platforms including Windows Store, Windows Phone, iOS and Android.” The engineer will also help “win back” game developers that have since abandoned

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