The Truth About Flappy Bird

Game Culture is killing Indie Games. That’s the lede you’ll see on no less than a half-dozen sites in the next two weeks, all stories inspired by recent App Store superstar Flappy Bird. This, right after a 22-hour countdown from a man who couldn’t “take it anymore.” A game that was accused of plagiarism, of exploitation, of theft. A game that, after much speculation, left every App Store on February 9th, 2014.

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KillrateOmega1766d ago (Edited 1766d ago )

The Lance Armstrong's Skynet Theory actually had a surprising amount of strength to it.

BelkingOfSony1766d ago

The truth is that the game has not been taken down from the Google Play store. It will not show when you tap 'Top Free', but if you tap on the 'search' button and type 'Flappy Bird' the auto recommended search shows the game is still there. I'm using a samsung s3 android ver 4.3. I think you can download it on iphone by going on 'updates' and then I think its 'not from my iphone' if you downloaded the game before

CerealKiller1766d ago

I am so tired of hearing about this damn game!

admiralvic1766d ago


Seriously, a week ago I never heard of "Flappy Bird" and now sites are covering this game like their Rockstar, Kojima, Naughty Dog or something that matters on some level.

djplonker1766d ago (Edited 1766d ago )

Its not hard to get an emulator on your phone and you can play proper n64 and psone games!

I dont get this mobile crap...

djtek1841766d ago

It's like the gangnam style of gaming

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