Developer Etermax has ended support for its popular game Trivia Crack for Windows and Windows Phone. The game is no longer available for download in the Windows Store.
We received a tip from a Windows Central reader who contacted Etermax about the status of Trivia Crack on the Windows platform. He received the following response:
Unfortunately our app will no longer be in the Microsoft Store. Nevertheless be sure that we will be supporting to our active users. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your kind understanding.
We also confirmed that Trivia Crack can no longer be found when searching in the Windows Store, nor could it be downloaded when we used a direct web link to the app. Trivia Crack first launched for Windows Phone in September 2014, giving gamers access to over 100,000 trivia questions across six different categories, and later updates added support for new features like messaging, achievements, and online rankings. A version for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 launched less than a year ago in November 2015.
Thanks again to Mike for the tip!
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