As Sega promised they would do last week, the company has now removed three of its older mobile games made for Android from the Google Play Store. Sega didn't reveal which games would get the boot last week, saying only that "a number of them no longer meet our standards."
Now Polygon reports that After Burner Climax, Jet Set Radio, and Super Monkey Ball 2 have been removed from Google Play. The number of Android games Sega removed is far less than the ones it took away from iPhone and iPad owners; the company removed 16 games from the iOS App Store.
Anyone who has already downloaded these games can still play them until they choose to delete them off their device. Sega said some of the delisted games might return in an updated form at some point in the future.
Whether in the shape of a smaller footprint or a foldable form factor, two of the smartphone industry's giants see value in smaller phones. I think it's time for Google to give us a more petite Pixel again, perhaps with the 6a series?
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