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Flappy Bird creator to debut new Swing Copters game this week

Flappy Bird creator to debut new Swing Copters game this week

By 18 August 2014

As promised, the developer behind Flappy Bird has announced he will release a new mobile game. It's called Swing Copters. You can expect Swing Copters to hit app stores on Thursday. The mobile app, which seems very similar to Flappy Bird, features a tiny... >>

Flappy Bird is finally back, but you can't play it on your iPhone or Android phone

Flappy Bird is finally back, but you can't play it on your iPhone or Android phone

By 1 August 2014

After months of hiatus, the Flappy Bird app has returned for you to download and play. But not on your mobile device. Keeping his promise to ressurect Flappy Bird, developer Dong Nguyen, through his .Gears studio, has released a new version of Flappy... >>

Who needs Flappy Bird when you have Tappy Chicken from Epic Games, built on Unreal Engine 4

Who needs Flappy Bird when you have Tappy Chicken from Epic Games, built on Unreal Engine 4

By 25 June 2014

Move over Flappy Bird. There's a new winged creature in town, thanks to a surprisingly powerful app from Epic Games. And it's poised to become the next craze among mobile gamers. North Carolina-based Epic Games is a development company well-known for... >>

Addictive Flappy Bird app to return in August as multi-player game

Addictive Flappy Bird app to return in August as multi-player game

By 14 May 2014

A new and improved version of Flappy Bird will return to App Stores in August, according to the game's creator. Developer Dong Nguyen reportedly told CNBC that he would not only re-launch the game this summer but that it would also come with multi-player... >>

Flappy Bird is returning to fly another day, 'but not soon'

Flappy Bird is returning to fly another day, 'but not soon'

By 20 March 2014

Dong Nguyen, developer of the of once-hit game Flappy Bird, confirmed in a tweet the game will be returning, "but not soon". The news is sure to have Flappy Birds fans excited, no longer having to rely on crappy alternatives to get their Flappy Bird... >>

Flappy Bird may return to iOS and Android, says developer

Flappy Bird may return to iOS and Android, says developer

By 11 March 2014

If you're tired of all those Flappy Bird alternatives, you may be in luck, as Flappy Bird could be landing back on your handset.   Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen revealed to Rolling Stone that he's considering bringing back the highly-addictive game. ... >>

Want to see who makes a cameo on level 999 of Flappy Bird? (video)

Want to see who makes a cameo on level 999 of Flappy Bird? (video)

By 18 February 2014

If you ever wondered what happens when you reach level 999 of Flappy Bird this video might help. Before you waste hours trying to reach the level know that this video is almost certainly a fake. It looks great but clearly can't be real - that cameo would... >>

Flock off Flappy, Apple and Google no longer interested in Flappy Bird clones

Flock off Flappy, Apple and Google no longer interested in Flappy Bird clones

By 17 February 2014

The Flappy Bird saga has almost run its course. The game was removed from app stores by its creator Dong Nguyen and although we never really found out the real reasons why - we still don't buy that it was because it was "too addictive" - even the flood... >>

Forget Flappy Bird, Flappy Bert from Sesame Street joins ever growing list of clones

Forget Flappy Bird, Flappy Bert from Sesame Street joins ever growing list of clones

By 13 February 2014

Ever since Nguyen Ha Dong inexplicably removed Flappy Bird from the iOS and Android app stores, there have been a flood of copycat games released and promoted to fill the void. The funniest by far, in Pocket-lint's opinion, is Flappy Bert by the Sesame... >>

Nintendo not responsible for the death of Flappy Bird

Nintendo not responsible for the death of Flappy Bird

By 11 February 2014

When Nguyen Ha Dong announced his intention to remove hit free game Flappy Bird from the iTunes and Google Play app stores, not only did it cause a fuss, it also provoked a widespread rumour that Nintendo was the real culprit behind the move. Nguyen claimed... >>