The age old question of “Can it play Doom?” appears to have been replaced by “Can it play Flappy Bird” (or a Flappy Bird clone) and due to the incredibly simplistic nature of that game the answer is almost always yes.
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Miss out on your chance to play Flappy Bird before it disappeared earlier this year? If so, you’ll soon get another chance to see what all of the craziness was about, because the creator of the game says that it will return later this year.
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Flappy Bird captivated the hearts (and phones) of many in its short time on the Google Play Store, but its time came to an end when its creator, Dong Nguyen, took it down for being too addictive and not being able to cope with all the hate and death threats. This was in spite of ... Read More »
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My favorite Android games are the ones that take two seconds to get into and can be replayed over, and over, and over again. Before Flappy Bird, games like that were surprisingly hard to come by. But the last several weeks have seen an explosion in fun, addicting and hard games. Flappy Bird may have ... Read More »
With the rise and fall of Flappy Bird, there became a huge demand for games similar to the now-deceased title. It was an incredibly simple helicopter clone, but now that it’s been yanked from the Play Store, other developers are making clones to capitalize on that ad revenue. The developer of the original Flappy Bird ... Read More »
Flappy Bird was the surprise hit of 2014, blowing up like no one could imagine. It was a simple game, and very fun too. But reactions turned negative as frustrations over its difficulty grew. This ended up with the developer getting a lot of bad press and hate over absolutely nothing.
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