How to Remove Games from iPhone Game Center that You No Longer Play

Remove all the games from Game Center that you have uninstalled on iPhone, to stop getting notifications. Learn how to do it from the guide given here.

Game Center is a fantastic place to keep your Game progress, achievements, ranks, and other stuff saved on your iPhone or iPad. As it is directly synced with your Apple ID, you can be assured of not losing anything relating to your favorite games. But the same becomes irritating when you stop playing a particular game but get notifications frequently.

Thanks to the freedom available that you can easily remove games from Game Center that you no longer play. The process is very simple and takes only a couple of minutes. Just follow the process mentioned in this article and get yourself relaxed from irritating notifications.

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How to Remove games from iPhone Game Center

Step #1. First, open the Game Center app on your iPhone or iPad.

Step #2. At the bottom, tap on the Games tab to see all the games associated with Game Center.

Tap on Games in Game Center on iPhone

Step #3. The list of games includes installed and uninstalled games that you have linked with Game Center. Now, just Swipe right to left the game that you wish to delete.

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Step #4. You’ll now see a “Remove” option besides that particular game, tap on it. This will again bring up a popup message for confirmation. So again tap on “Remove.”

Tap on Remove Game in Game Center

Voila! The game has been removed from your Game Center account. Please note that removing any game from Game Center will also delete the game data stored in Game Center along with ranks, progress, achievements, and all other things. So if you are planning to play any of your favorite game in future, then do not think of deleting them. As you’ll have to start that game from scratch without recovering any progress.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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