It appears that EA has actually quietly eliminated a handful of timeless iOS titles from the App Store, consisting of video games like Bejeweled 2, Flight Control, Real Racing, and also much more. The main removal of the games actually occurred on September 1, yet was simply uncovered overnight by our sibling website Touch Arcade. The complete list of video games gotten rid of by EA consists of:
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  • Bejeweled 2
  • Burnout™ CRASH!
  • Dead Space
  • Don’t Fall Off
  • Flight Control
  • Flight Control Rocket
  • Fly With Me
  • Lemonade Tycoon
  • MASS EFFECT™ INFILTRATOR
  • MMA by EA SPORTS™
  • Need for Speed Shift
  • Real Racing
  • Sims Medieval by EA
  • Skate It by EA
  • Spore™ Creatures
  • Spore™ Origins
  • SPY Mouse

As the firm points out in the support documentation uploaded to its internet site, the step implies that every video game on the list won’t be sustained or upgraded progressing, with the decision to focus its ‘initiatives on establishing new and exciting titles, in addition to bringing brand-new material and updates to already existing prominent games.’ If players still have the video game downloaded and install to their apple iphone, EA discussed that customers need to still be able proceed their video game as well as play as normal.

… And now they’re gone, along with other fantastic iOS games. They didn’t also obtain an appropriate send off, past calmly announcing they’re being gotten rid of on an odd website concealed deep inside of EA’s support website on the very same day they were gotten rid of. I can’t locate any individual else reporting on this either, implying this plan worked remarkably well, as it’s been ten days before we also identified that these games were gone.

As Touch Arcade explains, about a year ago EA did the very same point with a somewhat bigger listing of iOS games that included some prominent titles like Zuma’s Revenge and Alice: Madness Returns. Players with the games still set up do not have much to stress around, every person else which could desire to review any of these titles in the future are currently out of luck.