Supercell is well known for producing premium mobile games but at the same time, it is also popular for murdering the projects that failed to satisfy their objectives. Hay Day Pop, a Puzzle game for mobile is coming to an end on February 1, 2021, with it being shut down permanently. The Official Twitter account of Supercell confirmed the news a few hours ago. However, the servers will be kept open and the game will remain playable until the end of January 2021, as highlighted in their official article. Supercell thanked the Hay Day players for playing the game and helping them improve it.
Hay Day Pop to push a Final Update before shut down
Supercell admitted that despite pushing continuous updates and making changes for Hay Day Pop, it failed to meet the standards they have set for them as well for the players.
They have released a Final Update of Hay Day for the usual players and also mentioned that players can enjoy the game until they turn off the servers on Feb 1st, 2021.
What about the purchased diamonds on Hay Day Pop?
Supercell mentioned in their blog, that one can easily contact the player support team, to help player’s transfer their diamonds to another Supercell game account. For this, one must have an account in any other Supercell game as well. Follow these instructions in order to transfer the purchased diamonds:
- Open Hay Day and Tap on settings.
- Click on the Help & Support option.
- Select Contact Us.
- Mention the required details.
The Supercell’s Graveyard
This image depicts some of the popular games, which were killed by Supercell long ago. Supercell once announced on a forum that any other mobile game development company would have fully launched the game & let the market decide. But Supercell has only about 150 employees, and it is ruthless about killing games that aren’t living up to expectations. It’s quite true that not every game can measure the standards of Clash of Clans or Clash of Royals. Moreover, Hay Day Pop will be going to face a global shut down next year and will be joining the Supercell’s Graveyard ultimately.
What is your opinion on the Hay Day Pop shut down? Is Supercell really rushing things? Do let us know in the comments!