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OpenKit, for Social, Mobile Gaming, Arrives in Version 1.0

In the world of gaming, social features are taking on more and more importance, and many gamers are connecting with each other on mobile devices. OpenKit, which is positioned as an open source back-end platform for "truly social" cross-platform games, has announced that V1.0 of the back-end service is now live for iOS and Android and available to developers at http://openkit.io.

One of the founders, Peter Relan, had created the OpenFeint service that is now closed, and OpenKit was announced last December. It has been in beta since early this year.

 

 
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