If you wanted to check out Telltale Games‘ earlier works, time has run out. The studio’s version of Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures, first published in 2009, has been pulled from all digital retailers as the distribution agreement with Aardman Studios expires.
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Gamers who bought the game in the past four years may still download and play it on iOS, Xbox Live Arcade or PC via Steam or the Telltale Store, but everybody else is outta luck. For most platforms, it’s a simple matter of heading to the store, looking through your library, selecting the title and re-downloading it. For iOS, however, you may need to contact iTunes customer support to get your game returned – and Telltale warns that Apple can use its discretion on whether or not to give it back.
All the instructions are available on the Telltale support page, so pop on over to take a look, if you’ve got a copy gathering digital dust somewhere.
On the other hand, if you missed the boat? No point in crossing your fingers: Telltale explains that it “currently [does] not have any plans to renew this agreement“. Sorry.