Terraria, the CEO of the team banned by Google: the port for Google Stadia has been canceled

Terraria, the CEO of the team banned by Google: the port for Google Stadia has been canceled
After the publication of the Nintendo Switch version of Terraria in 2019, the popular sandbox was also in the pipeline on a further platform: Google Stadia.

Following an unclear story at the moment, it seems, however, that the title has been deleted. This was announced by Andrew Spinks, CEO of Re-Logic, the creator team of the sandbox adventure that originally debuted ten years ago. Through his Twitter account, the executive has spent himself in a series of chirps of accusation addressed to Google, with which he accuses the company of having banned him without any valid reason. Specifically, Spinks writes: "Google, my account has been disabled for 3 weeks now. I still have no idea why, and after using every tool at my disposal to find a solution, you have done nothing but offer vague indications."

The Re-Logic executive goes on to list the inefficiencies and serious shortcomings he is facing due to the continuation of this situation. These include the loss of access to "thousands of dollars worth of apps on Google Play", the inability to reach all the data stored on Google Drive and to access his YouTube channel and his Gmail address, which he uses. for over 15 years. The exasperation resulting from this situation prompted Andrew Spinks to announce the cancellation of the port of Terraria for Google Stadia: "I have done absolutely nothing to violate your terms of service, so I cannot interpret this in any other way than in your will. to cut ties with me. Well, consider them fallen. Terraria for Google Stadia is canceled. My company will not support any of your platforms from now on. "

Recently, Google announced the closure of Google Stadia's internal studios.

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