There was some controversy this week when the developer of acclaimed independent video game Papers, Please tweeted that the new iPad version of the game would have nudity removed after an original build was rejected by Apple.
Given the content was related to a body scanner that plays an important gameplay and thematic role in the game, the story was widely covered in the gaming press.
However, developer Lucas Pope has now said the original version of the game will be released on iOS, after Apple contacted him saying the rejection was a misunderstanding.
Just talked to Apple. The initial rejection for porn was a misunderstanding on their part. They suggested I resubmit with the nudity option.
— Lucas Pope (@dukope) December 12, 2014
Talking to gaming site Kotaku, Mr Pope said "Apple contacted me today on the phone and said the initial rejection was a UI-related misunderstanding and that if I resubmit with the nudity restored, it would pass immediately.
"It's hard to say if this is because of the negative coverage, but they did sound sincere that it was just a mistake by the reviewer and they wanted to get it sorted out for my sake," he added.
Pope says an update to the app will restore the content next week.
Papers, Please is currently available on iPad and PC, and a Playstation Vita version is also in the works.