Depopulated social network Google+ is shuttering its games service.
Replaced by a suite of mobile gaming services tied to the Google Play app store, Google+ Games will close on June 30.
A post by Google advises players to contact individual publishers to inquire about any remaining balance of credit; some will offer transfers or a grace period.
A list of contact addresses for affected publishers is available through the link above.
Games first went live on Google+ in August 2011, starting with a handful of titles like Dragon Age: Legends; Angry Birds; Bejeweled Blitz and Zynga Poker.