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Submitted by TetsujinFranky 569d ago | news

Nintendo Has No Complaints About Mobile Smash Hit Flappy Bird

According to Yasuhiro Minagawa from Nintendo, the Japanese company has no complaints about mobile game Flappy Bird. (Android, Flappy Bird, iPad, iPhone)

Credit url: gamersyndrome.com
listenkids  +   568d ago
I would be surprised if they did.
PSnation4  +   568d ago
im more interested in that game in the picture where it squashes the birds..where u control the pipes and just squash those birds and not let any pass through..can't find it anywhere..
MRHARDON  +   568d ago
Squishy Bird, that's what you are looking for.
http://squishybird.com/
Bathyj  +   568d ago
Good for them. Apparently the only ones not making a big deal about this.
Akuma07  +   568d ago
Not going to stop all the conspiracy theorists.
Chapter11  +   568d ago
And yet they get mad when people play their games on Youtube.

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