Mobile game 'Angry Trayvon' pulled from Google Play store in wake of outrage, petition

The polarizing trial of Trayvon Martin's killer continues in Florida, but the verdict is in on the controversial mobile game "Angry Trayvon."

Under heavy pressure, the game's embattled developers said Monday that "Angry Trayvon" has been pulled from the Google Play store, where it was available for purchase for Android phones. RELATED: TRAYVON MARTIN SHOOTING: COURT BATTLE OVER ANIMATED RE-ENACTMENT Fast Company reports the mobile appplication launched in late December, 10 months after Trayvon Martin was fatally shot in Sanford, Fla.

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