Google has stopped showing games that require internet access, according to a new report from The Next WeSearch blog.
The blog cites an unnamed source who has spoken to a source close to Google, which confirmed the move.
The news comes just days after the company revealed it was removing more than 2,000 games from Google Search, as well as from its YouTube channel.
The move comes as Google is battling with the Federal Trade Commission over the way its Play Store plays games on Android devices.
The Play Store, which has been designed to let people download and play apps for Android devices, also offers many more games than Google Play does.
Google is facing similar accusations in the wake of a massive data leak that showed users’ browsing habits and the games they play on their phones.
The company’s recent moves are a continuation of its efforts to improve its user experience and to reduce ad spend.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.