Google Play has blocked a game about the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia from releasing on its platform in Germany, France, Austria, and Russia.
Originally released on PC two years ago, Attentat 1942 from Charles Games was developed with historians at the Czech Academy of Sciences.
The game sells itself as a historically accurate story, told from the perspective of survivors of Nazi oppression.
However, in an email to Charles Games, Google said Attentat 1942 had been rejected because it includes references to Nazis.
The first rejection came on July 7 after the developer spent six months porting the game to mobile, with Google saying it contained content that was "prohibited" in these regions.
Until 2018, Germany enforced a blanket ban against Nazi iconography in games, and many titles such as Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus were altered to meet certain standards.