When Google+ introduced games, it was no surprise since its main competitor Facebook already offered them. Google wanted to make its game section on its social network different mainly in the way it offered games and the types of games it showcased. In the beginning, many big name developers such as Zynga and PopCap jumped on board hoping to benefit from the collaboration. However, now, as the number of new users joining Google+ has begun to dwindle and the social network has slowed down, it seems a number of game developers are jumping ship. Why are developers leaving Google+ Games?