Users of #Android 6.0 will find that the Easter Egg has been slightly revamped compared to Android 5.0, which also means that there will be a new game underneath. Last year, we saw the introduction of a new #FlappyBird like game which revolved around balancing a flying Droid over and under obstacles. This year’s Easter Egg game
Fans of Flappy Bird, we have some good news. If you own an Amazon Fire TV console, you can now download the original game right within your fingertips. The game appears to work with the game controllers as well as Fire TV remote, so it’s clear that the game was built specifically for the device.
Android Wear is clearly not known for games as it’s meant for a notification device wrapped up in a convenient size of a watch. But given the open sourced nature of the platform, it was only a matter of time before games made their way to the platform. And today, we’re officially seeing Android Wear’s
The developer behind Flappy Bird left us all baffled when he pulled off the game from the Play Store a couple of months ago claiming that it had become too addictive. But the developer was expected to be bringing the game back, but we didn’t quite know when. And now, creator Dong Nguyen has mentioned that a
Developer Dong Nguyen, popular for the Flappy Bird game, has announced that the title will make a comeback to your favorite mobile app hubs. However, he has claimed that it won’t arrive anytime soon. This happened in response to a tweet where he responded in the affirmative when asked if the game would be back,
Rolling Stone is running a feature on Flappy Bird’s creator, Dong Nguyen. Contributor David Kushner actually flew to Hanoi to interview the elusive game developer, and got the skinny on how the hit game came to be. In the article, we learn how Nguyen did not expect the game to be such a success, and
The creator of Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen has mentioned in an interview with Rolling Stone that this addictive game could soon make a comeback on our favorite app hubs. However, he claims that there could be a warning message at the start of the game to notify users that playing the game continuously could be
The recent pull out of Flappy Bird by its creator from the Google Play store has left a vacuum which a lot of enterprising individuals are happy to fill. A lot of clones have already been available even when Flappy Bird was still at the top of the charts and now that it is gone
In the past few weeks the mobile gaming world was rocked by a simple yet addicting game called Flappy Bird. The gameplay is quite simple as all a player has to do is tap on the screen to guide the bird between a series of pipes. As simple as it may sound it is actually
If anything, the takedown could be one of the best marketing moves for Nguyen. Flappy Bird was popular enough, in its own endearing, annoying and time-consuming way. Announcing that it’s going to disappear from the official app stores soon only makes it all the more popular.
As promised by game creator Dong Nguyen, the popular game Flappy Bird is no longer available for download over at Google Play and even at Apple’s App Store. Nguyen first hinted that he was taking down the app on a Twitter post he made yesterday stating that “I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours
Flappy Bird, the delightful and irritable game, will be no more. Today on Twitter, the developer of Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, has announced that as of tomorrow, February 9th, the game will be no more. I am sorry 'Flappy Bird' users, 22 hours from now, I will take 'Flappy Bird' down. I cannot take this
Flappy Bird, that both fun and irritating game, makes a lot of money off the in-game ads. If you still don’t know what Flappy Bird is, it’s a game where you try to maneuver through a series of pipes with a bird. That’s it. There’s no other plot or instructions. You just have to keep
Flappy Bird, the popular iOS game, is now officially on Google Play. This game has actually been out on iOS since May 2013, but just now got popular. Now Android users can join in on the fun/torment. To play Flappy Bird, it’s actually very simple. You tap the screen to keep the bird flying through