Bubble Island has proven to be hugely popular on Facebook, averaging a consistent 2 million daily active users for the last few months, but sadly this success just hasn’t transpired onto Google+.
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Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Bubble Island, one of the most popular social network online games, is set to be pulled from the Google+ platform by its developer Wooga, alongside its other titles Diamond Dash and Monster World.
Bubbleislandcheats.com, a popular online resource for players of Bubble Island, can reveal that the news comes in response to concerns by Wooga that Google+ simply doesn’t have enough users at present to sustain the games on the platform.
Wooga, who were originally quote optimistic about Bubble Island’s chances of success on the Google+ network, said that although user numbers were never that high, it had hoped that Google’s focused approach to curating games would lead to a far healthier retention of audiences.
However, According to Dan Lim, chief editor of Bubbleislandcheats.com, this simply hasn’t happened, leading Wooga to conclude that it’s best to pull the game from Google+ altogether.
“Bubble Island has proven to be hugely popular on Facebook, averaging a consistent 2 million daily active users for the last few months, but sadly this success just hasn’t transpired onto Google+. If anything, Bubble Island’s DAU on Google+ has declined slightly, which means there is little reason to sustain the game on that platform,” explained Dan Lim.
According to Bubbleislandcheats.com, the game will remain playable on Google+’s social games platform until July 1, when it will finally be deactivated. Fans of the game are encouraged to use up all purchased items by that date, otherwise they will need to contact Wooga for a refund.
Bubble Island fans need not worry that the game will be removed from Facebook however. As one of the social media networks top performing games over the last year, it’s unlikely that Wooga will remove the game from the platform in the foreseeable future.
“Fans can rest assured that Bubble Island will continue to be available on Facebook, and several other social games platforms. As far as we can tell, it’s only the Google+ version that Wooga are planning to pull,” added Dan Lim.
Bubbleislandcheats.com is a popular online games magazine, dedicated to providing news and updates for the social media puzzle game, Bubble Island. The website features reviews, tips, cheats and all the latest news regarding Bubble Island, and is seen as the top resource for all fans of the game.