After the fortress night allows users to pay directly for virtual goods in the app, the game has been offline from the IOS app store and Google play store. After being removed from the app store, epic sued apple and inserted a video satirizing Apple’s 1984 ad, denouncing apple as a monopolist < / P > < p > now, Google has joined in. Like apple, Google also requires games to use the Google play system for in app purchases. Although the rules of play store are more relaxed than Apple’s, Google’s attitude towards games is clear: “developers who provide game downloads or in-game products on Google play must use Google play’s in app billing system to collect fees.” Google, like apple, takes 30% of the cost. < p > < p > epic’s update earlier today violated this rule. Although Google’s response was slightly slower than Apple’s, the two companies came to the same conclusion. “The open Android ecosystem allows developers to publish apps through multiple app stores,” Google said in a statement. For game developers who choose to use the play store, we have formulated a consistent policy for developers, treat each developer fairly, and ensure the security of users in the app store. Although fortress night can still be used on Android, we can no longer offer it on play because it violates our policy. However, we welcome the opportunity to continue discussions with epic and bring fortress night back to Google play. ” However, a Google spokesman stressed that they had no objection to other app stores continuing to distribute fortress night. Epic has guided Android users to their own website, which can be downloaded through Epic Games or Samsung Galaxy store. This is different from Apple’s iPhone and iPad: if users have not previously downloaded fortress night on IOS devices, they will not be able to install the game after it is removed from Apple’s shelves.