Jordan KahncloseAuthor: Jordan Kahn
Name: Jordan Kahn
About: Jordan Kahn is a main contributor for the Jace Hall Show and has been an avid gamer for over 15 years. He also writes about all things Google for 9to5Google.com and covers breaking Apple news for 9to5Mac and mobile products for Butterscotch.com.See Authors Posts (346)
Today Google has officially announced the first round of Chrome Web Store games to utilize Native Client, a technology that could enable console quality games to play directly through the Chrome web browser.
Google announced back in August that apps available in the Chrome Web Store would soon be able to take advantage of native code-execution, allowing game devs to “build web applications that seamlessly execute native compiled code inside the browser”. For the end user, this means web apps that run as if they were running natively on your system– the potential for console quality games in a browser. Keep Reading