A Gameloft removed the game from the app stores Batman the Dark Knight Rises (The Dark Knight Rises). However, only those who have Android has been harmed, because you can no longer download the game, even if you have paid for it. Who has iOS, and purchased the game, can still download. The game is still available on Windows Phone Store.
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In Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, the player must control the morsegão and defeat bad guys in an open world environment. The title is heavily inspired by Rocksteady Studios games (Arkham Series), but has a story based on the 2012 film of the same name.
One of the reasons for the removal of the game may have been the termination of the contract with Warner. A similar case was what happened with Castle of Illusion on PC. SEGA's contract with Disney ended in August for the console and PC versions. Which resulted in the game being removed from these game stores. But Castle of Illusion is still going strong on mobile.
Here is the "death" note of the game Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. It's sad to see that those who bought it on Android will no longer be able to download it, while the game remains available on iOS and Windows Phone. Despite being old, Batman: The Dark Knight Rises is one of the best sandbox games on cell phones and is certainly sorely missed.