Zee Media Bureau
Washington: The highly addictive mobile game-- Flappy Bird will back on app stores as per news reports.
Dong Nguyen, who created the frustratingly addictive game, last month pulled it out of app stores when he realized that gamers were totally hooked onto the game, leading to a lot of criticism from game lovers.
The release date of the game is not clear as of now and it is not listed in the App Store as well. Nguyen has reportedly said that he wants to bring the game but cautioned with words 'not so soon'.
Soon after the 28-year-old Vietnamese developer pulled out the game, a lot of Flappy Bird clones mushroomed in the app stores.
The simple yet addictive game had gone viral after Nguyen's revelation that it raked in 50,000 dollars in ad revenue, stirring doubts about counterfeit downloads.
Meanwhile, crazed lovers of the game even took to Twitter to threaten Nguyen of his life and even ending theirs if the game was deleted.
Later, many Flappy Bird clone games had mushroomed on the web for 'almost identical' gaming experience.
The addictive game had become the favorite free mobile game on Android and iOS.
With Agency Inputs