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Z2Live claims to be the first multiplayer gaming platform for iPhone.  The service enables developers to create multiplayer gaming networks over the web without having to code or maintain their own servers.  Built-in support for push notifications allows users to send game invites to friends who aren’t currently playing the game.  In-app purchase support lets developers easily create subscription-based revenue models for the multiplayer service.  There are plenty of other social networking features like voice chat, leaderboards, and achievements.  An integrated analytics solution is also slated for later this year.  Currently developers who want to include multi-player gaming, analytics, and social networking features would have to integrate at least three different SDKs from three different services to get all the features of Z2Live making Z2Live an indespensible tool for mobile game developers.  Watch the video below to see some of the multiplayer gaming features of Z2Live. The demo game Showdown Poker is available now in The App Store.  Z2Live is currently accepting developers who agree to work with them under their NDA.

Alternatives:  ByteClub

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ByteClub Platform

ByteClub recently released their multiplayer gaming platform.  It goes way beyond other social gaming high score keepers by allowing developers to create actual in-game 2-player interaction without having to touch server side code.  The platform is built on Amazon EC2 services to meet the needs of even the most demanding apps.  It’s also highly customizable allowing developers to plugin their own external game logic.  Developers can have the ByteClub library running in their game in around ten minutes.  ByteClub’s platform is based on their game Scramboni. Check it out in The App Store to experience what the ByteClub platform is capable of.

The details of ByteClub’s pricing plan haven’t been fully revealed, but they plan to charge a per download fee of a few cents for paid apps.

Alternatives:  Z2Live

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