Sega has decided to pull the plug on "a number" of its mobile games from Google Play and the App Store, with the titles in question failing to meet the company's standards. The only problem is, there's no mention of what specifically it's culling.
The publisher made the announcement on Friday and while it did state that games removed "may return in an updated form", it failed to list which titles would be targeted. The process will take place "over the next few weeks", so if you want to grab anything from Sega's mobile catalogue, now is the time.
If you already own a few of its offerings, don't worry, you'll still be able to play them once they're gone:
[Games will] remain in your purchased apps where you will be able to download [them] again if you delete [them] or acquire a new device until the [games become] incompatible with the latest phone operating systems or hardware.
It'll be interesting to see what Sega gets rid of, though I suspect anyone who's played any of its mobile games extensively probably has a good feel for what's on the chopping block. If this describes you, don't be afraid to share!