One is not sure how LBZ could be put up in that. Aren't the Google Plus Games all online Flash games or HTML5 games and such?
One does not think it would be wise to run LBZ off a remote server, even if such a thing were possible. Running one instance of it on one's own computer is taxing enough - imagine running it on a server in the netherlands for 10 (or more) people around the world
. [LBZ isn't as simplistic a game as one might imagine it to be.]
Also, one thinks the only "online" component of LBZ multiplayer is currently the chatroom. Matches are hosted by the players themselves. One supposes there could be some sort of application to access the LBZ chatroom from Google Plus though - but, one does not see how that helps anybody.
So, with the current scenario in mind (and the understanding one has of it) - the answer is no. [Even though it would be sweet to be able to frag people with Monitor Smashes and brag about it on Google Plus.]
EDIT: One is unable to vote.
Perhaps if a more lightweight version were to be made - like the in-the-far-future plans to port the game to portable consoles or phones. But, One thinks that's pretty low on the priority list for AnalyticaL.