Hold on to that Mass Effect: Infiltrator saved game, as Electronic Arts (EA) has ended support for several of their mobile games, pulling them off the Google Play and APple App Store marketplaces as of September 1st, 2015.

Although most of the games are iOS exclusives, certain Android versions of EA games have also been taken down. Some of the titles affected include mobile spin-offs of popular EA franchises, including Burnout, Dead Space and Mass Effect.

EA says that these games will no longer be updated, however their focus will remain on existing popular mobile games and on developing new titles for both Android and iOS platforms, including the upcoming release of Real Racing 3.

The following list of games on Android are affected:

  • Bejeweled 2
  • Burnout CRASH!
  • Dead Space
  • Flight Control Rocket
  • Mass Effect: Infiltrator

EA has also stated that users who have already downloaded one of the above-mentioned titles should be able to continue playing on their devices as normal.

Source: EA, DroidGamers

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  1. Android needs a compatibility mode like Windows has to allow you to run apps made for older versions of the OS.

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