On November 21, 2016, you stated: “I've been informed that, at the moment, there aren't going to be any additional updates in the game, but we're looking into options for next season.”
Then today, February 1, 2017, in response to a question about whether Baseball General Manager would be shut down, you stated: “At this time we don't have any news on the future of Baseball General Manager. As soon as we have more information we'll let you know.”
There seems to be a major shift between these two statements. In November, there was a clear implication that there may be updates to the game for the 2017 season. Now, there seems to be some question about whether the game will be shut down or not. Wow....
I just checked, and you guys are still selling coins and cash thru the game. You mean to tell me that someone could spend $20 or more buying coins or cash today, and the game could be shut down next week? Will you refund all recent game purchases? Or will there need to be a class action lawsuit?
If you are going to shut down this game, why don’t you warn people in advance so they won’t waste their time or money building up a strong team?
I apologize if I’m over-reacting and you aren’t shutting down the game, but this is very upsetting to those of us who still play. I have several teams that I play on different devices, and have built up my players and teams up to 50 strength, and accumulated large amounts of coins and cash for the coming season. I will be one very unhappy person if you shut this game down without plenty of advance notice.
P.S. If your company won’t develop this game, why not sell it to someone who will?