Flappy Bird removed from App Store & Play Store

Another Flappy Bird news: The threat was real. Dong Nguyen, the creator of Flappy Bird, took down his viral game Flappy Bird from both the App Store and Play Store.

If you are unfamiliar with the current Flappy Bird craze, you might want to read:
App Trending: the Flappy Bird game
Flappy Bird revenues hit $50,000 per day
Flappy Bird will soon say goodbye?

As proof that the said game was really removed from there respective app stores, check out these screenshots:

From Apple App Store:

From Google Play Store:

There we have it. It’s the real deal but we might see Flappy Bird back soon (just maybe). For those who already downloaded the app, don’t need to worry because it will stay on your phone unless you uninstalled it due to anger and frustration brought to you by Flappy Bird.

Oh, you can still play Squishy Bird though. Just click here.

11 Comments on this Post

  1. nasan ka na a-bezel-zel ha. asan na gimik gimik mo.

    • Ayun, nagzalzal na. Depressed eh. Haha!

      Pero gwapo tong si abuzalzal ahhh. In fairness, bagay kami. Ako na lang sazalzal sa kanya.

  2. here’s how to beat flappy bird: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gD-nzHy2DdU&gl=CA

  3. Miss Call

    What happened to the marketing gimmick?

    I told you that the other post was THE gimmick to rake in page views. If you only do a bit more research as to the reason why it was needed to be pulled, then you might not have posted that it might be a gimmick. It just made you look like an idiot.

    • Call me maybe

      Nguyen even posted it on twitter that he will remove the app. Alam na mga taong nag fefeeling na maraming alam.

  4. He could have just sold it to a bigger video game company, enjoy his big moolah and never be bothered by the game and it’s fans again.

  5. *its fans

  6. There are a lot of great Flappy Bird alternatives out there, but http://www.flappylives.com definitely takes the cake. SO addicting.

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