OpenFeint在iPhone平台表现出色，麾下共收编3000款游戏，集结了几千万名玩家，虽然Plus+暂无如此成就，但也不乏一些游戏精品，比如说角色扮演类的星际题材游戏《星际矿工》（Space Miner:Space Ore Bust）等。加上谷歌的投资和撑腰，Plus+很有可能在Android平台上超越OpenFeint。另外，苹果自己的社交网站Game Center也已经上线，因此对社交网站而言，Android相对开放的姿态无疑更具吸引力。
尽管ngmoco公司的业务重点仍然是苹果iOS 4平台，但CEO尼尔.杨（Neil Young）早在今年初就开始关注Android平台的走向，现在又得到了谷歌百万美元投资，Plus+投奔Android平台也在情理之中。其公司最近打出的招聘Android软件工程师和程序测试员的广告，也已从侧面印证了这一消息。
iPhone social gaming network Plus+ coming to Google Android
Pocketgamer.biz is reporting today the iPhone social gaming network, Plus+, is following OpenFeint to Google’s Android platform.
The fact that Google invested nearly 5 million dollars in Plus+ developer, ngmoco, probably sped up the porting of Plus+ to the Android Market.
Plus+ not as big as OpenFeint on the iPhone
While Plus+ doesn’t have OpenFeint’s over 3,000 games and tens of millions of users on the iPhone platform, they still claim some quality titles, including the excellent Asteroids-based RPG, Space Miner: Space Ore Bust.
Google’s investment bodes well for Plus+’s success on Android, and it’s quite possible they can top OpenFeint at the Android Market. Apple’s introduction of their own social gaming network, Game Center, undoubtedly makes Android appealing for competing networks.
ngmoco’s CEO, Neil Young (no, not that Neil Young) had his eye on the Android platform earlier this year, and following the investment from Google Ventures, their venture capital offshoot, it made sense to begin porting Plus+ to Android.
Plus+ looking for Android developers and testers
The current job postings on ngmoco’s website reveal they are looking for Android software engineers and testers. Apple’s iOS 4 platform remains the main focus at ngmoco, but the growing popularity of Android as a gaming platform combined with Google’s own venture capital investment, might change things at the San Francisco-based mobile developer.
Columbus gamers need to keep an eye on Android as a gaming platform. Interested users merely need to check out any local electronics retailer or network provider, as most carry Android-powered smartphones.（source：examiner）