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February 01, 2014

App Trending: the Flappy Bird game

I used to see people boasting their Temple Run scores all around the social media. Fortunately (or unfortunately), something replaced it already – Flappy Bird. It’s free, it has bad graphics, it’s insanely hard, it’s pointless and most of all, it’s frustratingly addicting.

FLAPPY BIRD

This is impossible.

The game simply involves tapping to flap the bird into flying. The goal is to get a high score without hitting the pipes and that’s it. As of writing, I only got 22 as my personal high score. Someone I knew gave me a tip to fly low rather than flying high.

You should try it out if you want to know what we mean. It’s free for both iOS and Android, in which you can download them here and here respectively. Feel free to tell us what you think!

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10 Responses to “App Trending: the Flappy Bird game”

  1. lakan tutero says:

    Just to let the author know, pixelated graphics don’t usually translate to “bad graphics”. Some game developers out there intentionally give their game the classic “pixelated look” for the sake of giving their game a “retro” feel.

    Example: Minecraft, Megaman 9, Megaman 10

  2. Jejefrek says:

    Hindi pang dork tong laro na to dorky. So not applicable for you :)

  3. deveerei says:

    8-bit graphics are awesome. Talagang ganto lang talaga yung gameplay ng larong to. Kung meron sanang easier and progressively difficult version much better.

  4. bob frekking stupid says:

    sorry for being a dumbass

  5. […] you haven’t heard of it or played it yet, Flappy Birds is a game for both Android and iOS that is insanely hard and has driven people crazy over the past […]

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