BY | February 9, 2014

‘Flappy Bird’ is dead, long live Flappy Bird. Twitter mours its death, and its fans across the nation are feeling aghast due to sudden development

‘Flappy Bird’ creator Dong Nguyen has stunned the whole world by announcing all in a sudden that he is destroying his very successful game. To be true, in the last few months this game has emerged as one of the most talked about game for gaming fans, though many suggest that it is a bit frustrating too as scoring high in this game looks well nigh impossible. This is the reason that whatever you search about the game, everyone talks about how difficult it is to score high on it. But this struggle for scoring high keeps people glued to it. As they cannot accomplish high enough score, they continue to struggle to do it for hours and hours.

But we need to accept the fact that this is simply one of the more exciting games for smartphone owners who can spend long time trying to improve upon their previous scores.  There doesn’t seem to be any doubt about the fact that it has been a mammoth success since its launch. But it seems the game has a very short life span despite being super successful and a huge hit with the gaming fans across the world. Reports suggest that the Flappy Bird creator is all set to pull the plug and take down the app that was reportedly earning as much as $50k daily for him. This is amazing to see such an immensely popular app being taken down when it was so much popular.

There is no doubt that the common fans of the game actually are not well aware of the legal issues that the game creator was facing but we know that actually there were some legal issues that he faced. Now all of a sudden its creator Dong Nguyen has taken the whole world (obviously gaming fans) by surprise by abruptly claiming that he is taking down the app. He has also made it clear that he is not going to sell this app to any third party developer or any other company.

This very exciting game took the world by storm as it has many attractions for almost everyone. Gaming fans have only good words to say about it. One such gaming enthusiast has this to say about the game, “This game is so good, I can’t stop playing. My older brother told me about this and I said no. Then all my friends told me about it and so I said “fine.” Now I can’t stop. It’s so frustrating! Who knew such a simple game can be so annoying but awesome at the same time? When you die, you want to throw your phone out the window, but DON’T. Instead, follow these simple tips so you don’t go crazy: 1. RELAX- it’s just a game, after all! It’s not the end of the world if you die in the game! 2. Once you play for a while, you will notice a pattern. Stick with it. 3. Accept the fact that you lost when you do. Don’t just play all day and try to beat your score. Nobody can be perfect at this game.”

But this is going to be part of the history as its creator has said that he is killing it. Dong Nguyen in a series of tweets said, “I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours from now, I will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down. I cannot take this anymore.” In another tweet he said, “It is not anything related to legal issues. I just cannot keep it anymore.” So say good buy to it by playing it one last time.

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