Disney removes many popular games from the Play Store

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Disney has removed many popular games from the Play Store. Disney says that by removing these games it will allow them to focus on building new and more engaging games for the future.

Some games may possibly be left in the Play Store, but will not be updated ever again. They have removed many games from iOS and Windows Phone 8 too, but the removed Android games are:

  • Disney Bola Soccer

  • Disney Hidden Worlds

  • Disney Infinity: Action!

  • Gravity Falls Mystery Shack Attack

  • Lost Light

  • STAR WARS™: Assault Team

  • STAR WARS™: Tiny Death Star

  • The Great Piggy Bank Adventure

  • Toy Story: Smash It!

  • Where’s My Water? Featuring XYY

Disney also wants you to know that “Disney Interactive is not responsible for providing refunds or credits for any virtual items, in-game currency, or other items that may no longer be available once a game is shut down.”

Source: Disney


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  • ScandaLeX

    ‘Disney also wants you to know that “Disney Interactive is not responsible for providing refunds or credits for any virtual items, in-game currency, or other items that may no longer be available once a game is shut down.”

    I’d like to know if there was advance notice given these games would be shut down & did they (Disney) continue to accept in app purchases while making the decision to shut these games down.

    Personally I don’t play any of these games but the *not responsible* disclaimer I’d imagine is not going to sit well with those that did.

    • Brent

      I would assume they had something before that says they can do whatever they want in the future.