Play has announced that it is refunding users who have purchased the game Google Play Games.

The company said it was aware of a number of users who had purchased Google Play games and had played them for several weeks without a refund.

It said the refunds would be made available to customers within 24 hours.

Google Play also said it would provide a refund to any customers who had been affected by the issue.

The move comes after Play announced in October that it would be offering refunds to users who purchase games from the Google Play store.

Google said at the time it was working on an update to the Play store that would automatically refund users for games purchased through its Android app store.

It also said users could receive a full refund within 48 hours of purchasing any game.

The Play refund system is a new feature in the Google App Store, which is the largest of its kind in the world.

It lets users pay for and download apps from the service.

Play announced a number on Wednesday of new games that are now eligible for refunds, including a new puzzle game called Solitaire Online, a puzzle game from developer Tango Interactive, and a puzzle puzzle game titled Solitaire Puzzle.

The latter game, titled Solitario Puzzle, is a free download for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices.

Google Play also announced a handful of new paid apps, including one that allows users to purchase a monthly subscription to play Google Play game cards for $1.99, as well as a paid app called Solitaire Poker.

In addition, Play has also announced that a $20 payment plan will now be available on the Android appstore.

The new Play Games will be available to download for $3.99 from July 24, the company said.

Users can sign up for a free trial for the new Play games by visiting the Play Games page on the Google app store or by visiting Play.com and logging in to the Google play store.

For those looking to get started, Google Play has made a number improvements to the game’s interface and its functionality, including its ability to search for games.