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Google reveals that ‘Flappy Bird’ was the most searched for game of 2014 – more than double that of ‘Destiny’.
Google’s crackdown of ‘Swing Copters’ clones raises questions about the quality of Dong Nguyen’s game and how app stores should treat clones in the future.
‘Flappy Bird’ is back in a new title called ‘Flappy Birds Family.’ But the game is only available on the Amazon Fire TV at the moment.
One Epic Games employee, with no programming skills, has created a ‘Flappy Bird’ clone called ‘Tappy Chicken’ to show the versatility of the new Unreal Engine 4.
‘Flappy Bird’ Creator Dong Nguyen confirms his hugely popular mobile game will return this August with a new multiplayer mode.
The developer behind ‘Angry Birds’ has announced the new mobile game ‘Retry,’ based on ‘Flappy Bird.’
‘Flappy Bird’ creator Dong Nguyen confirms that his game is returning, but in a new and better form.
‘Flappy Bird’ Creator Dong Ngyuen has broken the silence, finally revealing why he removed his game from app stores and teasing a potential return for the addictive mobile title.
The latest in what appears to be a regular string of ‘Flappy Bird’ spin-offs takes the mobile title’s basic concepts and adds them to ‘Grand Theft Auto 4.’
One ‘Minecraft’ user has found a way to capitalize on the recent mobile craze by recreating ‘Flappy Bird’ in Mojang’s block-based title.
Following its sudden rise and fall, ‘Flappy Bird’ has left a legacy of sorts, but those following in its footsteps are being faced with resistance.
Addiction is what caused ‘Flappy Bird’ creator Dong Nguyen to take his successful app down. Here’s what’s transpired since.
Several online profiteers have started selling smartphones loaded with ‘Flappy Bird’ at crazy mark-ups. Meanwhile the game’s developer receives death threats.
Didn’t download ‘Flappy Bird’ before it was taken off the app stores? Here are 5 endless runners that we think scratch a similar itch but are much better games.
The mobile phenomenon known as ‘Flappy Bird’ will apparently be short lived as its sole developer has decided to pull his game from mobile platforms.