Disney has pulled Android and iOS game Tiny Death Star off both marketplaces without informing the developer, according to NimbleBit.
The studio’s founder Ian Marsh told Game Informer NimbleBit had “no prior knowledge” the game would be puller, nor that the studio would “no longer even have a contact at Disney” after lay-offs occurred earlier this year.
“Suffice to say if you’re a developer looking to partner with Disney this might not be the partnership you’re looking for,” Marsh told the site.
Tiny Death Star was released in November 2013, and March said the the game was still bringing in revenue.
“My assumption is they don’t feel it is worth it to maintain the game any longer,” Marsh told PocketGamer. “[It was] a significant source of revenue for us, so it stings that much more.”
Star Wars: Assault Team, the mobile collectible card game released in January, has also been pulled from both stores.
Disney later confirmed to Game Informer that Gamezebo’ source was correct.