Wooga and Electronic Arts have announced their intentions to pull their games from Google+. The decision from two of the five largest social gaming companies comes as a result of the network's struggles in engaging users, and the larger audience available on Facebook. Wooga has already taken Monster World down and will be removing Bubble Island and Diamond Dash on July 1st according to Social Games Observer, and EA-owned PopCap will remove Bejeweled Blitz by the beginning of next week. Although the decision is a setback for Google+'s social gaming prospects, the network still has 40 games available including notables like Angry Birds and several popular Zynga games; whether it'll continue to attract new titles, though, is another question altogether.
Wooga and Electronic Arts have announced their intentions to pull their games from Google+.