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Flappy Bird is a household name for gamers all over the world. It really put the Vietnamese games community on the map with its huge success. And that had led to many people asking questions like: “wh...
Swing Copters is a disappointing follow-up to the hysteria-inducing Flappy Bird.
Those of you disappointed that Flappy Bird Family was an Amazon Fire TV-only exclusive will be happy to hear this. Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has announced a “follow-up” to Flappy Bird called Swi...
Wing Up is another addictive mobile game out of Hanoi, Vietnam. It's taken some inspiration from Flappy Bird but has carved out its own way of mobile gaming.
Following the success of Flappy Bird and taking into consideration the hotbed of tech and gaming startups it is nursing, we question if Vietnam is about to show its hand to the world.
Some companies just want to play the trademark game. Other people want to make games only. Flappy Bird is caught in the crossfire.
The viral hit Flappy Bird is coming back to the App Store and Google Play, but now that its 15 minutes of fame have passed, does anyone really care?
Online media has turned into a swarm, and it's irking the confines of the private world of coding and tech.
A comment from Dong's rep to Chinese gaming site QQ Games seems to confirm that the Flappy Bird creator isn't done creating.
There's so much discussion and misunderstanding about why and how Flappy Bird rose to game, it's worth addressing 10 of the most significant ones.
If you want to play Flappy Bird, you'd better download it now, because tomorrow it's going to fly away for good.