PUBG Mobile, LifeAfter, Knives Out, Rules of Survival and 27 other games you can no longer play in India – Gadgets Now
The authorities has banned 118 smartphone apps in the nation claiming that these apps had been “engaged in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.” The checklist of 118 apps incorporates 31 in style games which are broadly performed by cellular customers in India. One of the foremost games embrace PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. The authorities has banned each the model of games and these will cease working in India. However, you can nonetheless proceed to play PUBG on PC.
Apart from PUBG Mobile, there are other in style games from NetEase and other builders which have banned too. Games like LifeAfter, Knives Out and Rules of Survival have additionally been banned. Some of these games have a complete obtain rely of over 5 crore whereas some games from NetEase have a obtain rely of over 1 crore.
These games are anticipated to faraway from Play Store and App Store respectively going forward and if you have already put in any of these games then it’ll robotically cease working.
Here’s the checklist of games that you can no longer play in your cellphone (each Android and iOS) in India:
Cyber Hunter Lite
Knives Out-No guidelines, simply struggle!
Super Mecha Champions
Dawn of Isles
Ludo World-Ludo Superstar
PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik
PUBG MOBILE LITE
Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade
Art of Conquest: Dark Horizon
Game of Sultans
Carrom Friends : Carrom Board & Pool Game-
Ludo All Star- Play Online Ludo Game & Board Games
Bike Racing : Moto Traffic Rider Bike Racing Games
Rangers Of Oblivion : Online Action MMO RPG Game
Road of Kings- Endless Glory
MARVEL Super War NetEase Games
Creative Destruction NetEase Games
Crusaders of Light NetEase Games
Mafia City Yotta Games
Onmyoji NetEase Games
Ride Out Heroes NetEase Games
Legend: Rising Empire NetEase Games
Arena of Valor: 5v5 Arena Games
Rules of Survival