OpenKit 1.0 is now available for download

OpenKit 1.0 is now available for download

OpenKit, the open source back-end platform for “truly social” cross platform games, announced today that V1.0 of the back-end service is now live across iOS and Android, with Unity™ plug-in support, and is now available to all developers at http://openkit.io.

OpenKit was conceived last December to replace OpenFeint which was shut down leaving thousands of game developers without social features such as leaderboards and achievements. In just a few months, more than 10 developers have defined OpenKit’s beta.

via OpenKit, the Open Source, Cross Platform Back-End for Mobile Game Developers, Goes Live With Ten Developers Aiming to Build “Truly Social” Games, Candy Crush(TM) Style.

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