Going... going... gone.
Draw Something, an app that has been brought to the Windows Phone platform as an exclusive to Nokia Lumia hardware, has been pulled from the Nokia Collection. We previously looked at the popular cross-platform game earlier today when it arrived, and now we're covering the news that it's indeed gone - for the time being that is.
The app has an average rating of just a single star, and it doesn't take a qualification in rocket science to work out what's happened. Simply looking at the reviews published by Windows Phone owners who have downloaded the app paints a clear picture - Draw Something is broken. We're not entirely sure what's the issue, but the game clearly wasn't playable.
Hopefully we'll see the return of the app soon enough. In the mean time, one could always invest in a permanent pen and play the highly popular game on the foreheads of friends who have fallen asleep in your company.
You can check out Draw Something for Nokia Lumia devices in the Windows Phone Store here, though an error message will state the app is currently unavailable.
Thanks, John, for the tip!
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