One more suggestion (strangely, no one has mentioned it so far): publish on alternative Android stores if you haven't already. I know these stores are basically dead by now (except SlideMe maybe), but still. A part of the reason why those stores are unpopular is because we, the publishers, don't submit games there (and rarely, if ever, update). I would expect this disaster at Google Play (for both developers and players) cause at least a temporary resurgence of the alternative stores. Here are the alternative stores where I published copies of my games in the last few days (no stats so far, so I can't say which of them bring any noticeable downloads): SlideMe Amazon App Store (unless your game supports FireTV, make sure to disable all FireTV devices manually in the apk upload section, or it won't let you submit) Yandex Store Bemobi AppsLib GetJar Mobango Samsung Galaxy Apps (make sure to read this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions...amsung-galaxy-apps-how-to-include-samsung-sdk) Mobiles24.co APKMirror Pandaapp AppsAPK Uptodown I know many of them are ugly, clumsy, bugged and demand their own weird sizes for screenshots or icon etc etc - but at least it's an option. There are a few stores (e.g. Aptoide) which already copy your Google Play's listings (at least if your app is popular), so there is no need to manually submit your app there. If I've missed any important stores, please mention them in your replies. Thanks. Btw, not sure about the Chinese stores: to publish there, you need a local distributor who would handle the official approval of the game by Chinese authorities, and you need your game _fully_ translated into Simplified Chinese (even all graphics, if any English words are inside the sprites/textures) - so, I guess that's out of the question for most publishers.