Get ready to flap your wings again! Fans were so outraged when the creator of Flappy Bird took down the app in February, but those fanatics now have something to celebrate!
It seems that Dong Nguyen — the creator of Flappy Bird –– has plans to bring the deleted game back to life! After the app’s creator broke the hearts of millions in February by removing his game from the App Store, he’s now giving them a reason to live again. The bird lives.
Did you miss out on the brief but maddening phenomenon that was Flappy Bird? Well you’re in luck, because Flappy creator Dong Nguyen is prepped to attack the innocent public with another sure-to-be addicting game called Kitty Jetpack.
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The removal of Flappy Bird from digital shelves has been met with a flurry of tragedies — the death hoax of creator Dong Nguyen, to name just one — but leave it to Sesame Street to make it all better. The Sesame Workshop just rolled out Flappy Bert, a parody of the addictive mobile game, featuring everyone’s favorite jaundice unibrow aficionado, Bert!
The creator of the addicting mobile game is receiving incredibly angry tweets from fans who are outraged that the app has been deleted. Several Twitter users are threatening to kill him and others are asking that he take his own life.
The virtual death of Flappy Bird has enraged fans so much that they are viciously attacking the man behind the bird, Dong Nguyen. The death tweets he is receiving are unimaginable and it’s all because of a virtual yellow bird.
Dry your tears, flappy faithful. HollywoodLife.com knows you can’t live without the Bird, and we’re here to help!
Flappy Bird fans all over the world are in mourning, as the game has been yanked from all online stores by its creator, Dong Nguyen — but lo, there is a light at the end of this seemingly endless tunnel!
Flappy Bird is the most addictive mobile game since Candy Crush, but if you haven’t downloaded it yet, you’ve missed your opportunity… forever!
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of silence — the sound of a flap-less world, now that app developer Dong Nguyen has decided to pull his ever-addictive Flappy Bird game from digital shelves forever. Dong shocked the world Feb. 8 by tweeting that users had 22 hours to download the app before it would be permanently deleted, and his reasoning was as simple as it was disturbing: “I cannot take this anymore.”