Flappy Bird

And the flying fish may return, with a warning

In one of the few good stories you'll read about Flappy Bird — well, aside from this one, perhaps — Rolling Stone tells the tale of Dong Nguyen and the rise and fall (see what we did there?) of one the hottest (and simplest) games to hit smartphones. 

You'll laugh. You'll cry. And you'll actually get an answer as to why Nguyen decided to burn it all down.

Give the full story a read at Rolling Stone.

 
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The guy in the pic......

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NoNexus says:

Its dead Jim, let it go

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You really should see the crap I don't post. Sorry if honesty offends you

someguy01234 says:

You normally ruin the comment section for me, but this time I agree.

cguella says:

Finally a new Flappy Bird headline. I was getting worried.

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The sarcasm is strong in this one.

LG G2 running CM = PERFECTION

Dong missed his 15 minutes of fame?

This article just reminded me that I've still got the game on my tablet...

the big print giveth, the small print taketh

xgalalx says:

Nguyen !!! Talk to the hand ✋

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Eion says:

I'm still pondering the sanity of this man. Oh no, I'm making too much money.....must stop.

elvisgp says:

Read the article. Clearly money and fame isn't everything to this man.
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Retinella says:

Flappy Bird should just stay gone.

I take it you had less than 5 for your score

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I find it funny after they took flappy bird off the app store I could still put it on my blackberry z30 without a problem!

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yankeesusa says:

That was a great article. Interesting story.

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Agreed

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troshs says:

It's amazing what makes people lose their minds today...

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