Google Chrome Gets Games from Big Names like Square Enix and Warner Bros.

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Several games have become available through Google Chrome from big names like Square Enix and Warner Brothers.bastion in chrome

Square Enix

Square Enix Group announced its first game title developed with Native Client, an open-source technology for running native compiled code in the browser. Launching with Native Client was made possible by the close work between the Square Enix Group and Google, who share a similar vision for bringing immersive applications to the web within the browser.

The first title to be launched, Mini Ninjas will be entering an open beta in December without download or installation of game software, bringing high definition, console-quality gaming to the Chrome Web Store.* Mini Ninjas charts the journey of Hiro, the world’s smallest hero on his biggest quest, as he embarks on an epic quest to restore harmony to a world on the brink of chaos. Guests invited to today’s Google launch event are able to play a demo of Mini Ninjas for Chrome. *In order to play the Mini Ninjas open beta, you will need an upcoming beta version of Chrome (Chrome 17), which will be available in the coming weeks.

Warner Bros.

Bastion is the first title from Supergiant Games, an original action role-playing game set in a lush imaginative world, in which players must create and fight for civilization’s last refuge as a mysterious narrator marks their every move.

Try this award-winning hit for FREE right in your Chrome browser! Upgrade to the full-length experience for $14.99 to complete the story.

Other games like Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies and the Godfather: Five Families have been available for some time now as well as other things like Marvel Comics.

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