1) It's up to the Oregon Trail people to do the fix.
2) I doubt they are going to fix it until it becomes a moneymaker. That's not going to happen until they do an IAP enabled version. IAP just is starting off in Nook Store.
So you'll have to wait at least a few months UNLESS EA already has a new version with IAP ready. In that case it'll be sooner.
I'm curious as to why, when there's a problem with an App, people think that BN is supposed to fix it. I have an iPad, if I have a problem with an App, I go to the App developer and let them know of the problem, not Apple.
The Smithsonian app used to have a similar problem on the NC. It ran fine in stock, it ran fine in stock if you had a "regular" sd card installed. But if you had an N2A card installed, when you tried to run in stock, the app wouldnt load/run properly. Saw there was an sd card, tried to save some data to it, but because of card partitioning or something, it couldn't save it.
NookGardener, what you wrote explains why there would be a problem.
It's interesting. I couldn't figure out why an SD card would cause issues. It seems some apps assume if an SD card is present then they should install to it. Very interesting.
Might have to do with the earlier restriction in android around apps being limited to an area of size perhaps 50 MB or 100 MB and rest everything had to go to SD Card. So big apps probably try SD card first by default.