Remember Flappy Bird? Obviously you do. Flappy Zuma? yes, my friends, it’s here, and it’s going to ruin your productivity.
Missed the brouhaha over Flappy Bird? Don’t sweat it, cute stuff. Catch up on the complete narrative with this infographic. Do it before the after work beers, and you just might end up making a valuable contribution to the conversation for once.
We don’t know if we would go as far as comparing a rock legend with a pixelated bird on a smartphone, but columnist Leigh Alexander from the Daily Beast tends to think so. It’s not like Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen took a shotgun to everyone’s phone after he decided to end it all.
A few days ago the world was deprived of its access to what had become the crack-heroin of phone app games, Flappy Bird. Its mysterious taking down by its creator Dong Nguyen, had everyone questioning the reason behind it all. Nguyen sat down for his first interview after killing Flappy Bird with a reporter from Forbes. Here’s what the bird killer had to say.
If you’re into mobile gaming or tech at all, you’ve probably heard of Flappy Bird – the mobile game that has recently taken the world by storm. However, just as quickly as the app rose to fame, it came crashing down last night as it’s developer pulled it from the App Store and Google Play.