Sega warns of mobile games cull

Publisher Sega has said that a number of iOS and Android games that no longer meet its standards” will be pulled from sale in the coming weeks.

What hasn’t yet been revealed, however, is which games could be in for the chop.

At Sega we are committed to making fun, high-quality mobile games and it is with our fans’ best playing experience in mind that we announce the removal of a number of games from our back catalogue,” it said.

It is important for us to ensure that all of our fans, regardless of platform or operating system, have a great playing experience and after evaluating our complete list of titles, we have determined that a number of them no longer meet our standards. As a result, we will be removing these titles from the App Store for Apple devices, the Google Play Store, the Samsung App Store and the Amazon App Store over the next few weeks.”

The publisher added that some of the games could return given the right situation”.

Those who have already purchased any games that are pulled will still be able to download them via their purchase history.

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