Flappy Bird makes waves online after developer pulls game
Published on Feb 10, 2014 9:16 PM
In a matter of months, Flappy Bird's rise and subsequent apparent demise has made waves online.
The Straits Times takes a look at the pop culture phenomenon that is Flappy Bird, its impact on the Internet, and alternatives to fill the void.
Flappy Bird is no more. Developer Dong Nguyen has pulled the game from both Apple's App Store and Google Play.
News that developer Nguyen Ha Dong has pulled pop culture phenomenon Flappy Bird from app stores has sparked criticism, death threats, and even attempts to turn a profit.
ST Digital Sub-editor Gurveen Kaur on why she loves the frustrating Flappy Bird.
Flappy Bird's developer has created a stir by pulling the popular game from app stores. Digital Life editor Oo Gin Lee questions what makes the simplistic game so addictive.
For those who had not downloaded Flappy Bird before its demise, there are plenty of popular games to check out.