Flappy Bird makes other gamers jelly
As technology prospers, the games and new apps that come out really stir attention. Flappy Bird has shut down and all the knock-offs and Flappy Bird knock-offs have begun to be released in abundance.
“ I’ve played the knockoffs and honestly they don’t stand a chance against Flappy Bird,” freshman Fiza Tariq said.
Overwhelmed with all the comments 29 year old developer of Flappy Bird Dong Nguyen has shut down the app and apparently has disappointed many users. Flying Cyrus, City Bird, Splashy Fish and many more have all tried to become the new Flappy Bird.
“ I was really surprised to hear that this game that just got so popular has out of no where shut down,” sophomore Brandon Shi said.
Others might have been sad but then there were those who were relieved from the game. Procrastinating and trying to pass valuable time has made many struggle.
“ I used to barely procrastinate, flappy bird made it worse,” freshman Kaitlyn Sass said.
Apparently now that the game has been deleted and the phones that still have the app on their phone is worth more than a brand new iPhone. This has stirred the attention of many students and this new event has made iPhones even more than they are worth.
“ I still have Flappy Bird on my phone and some Flappy bird addict offered to buy my iPhone for 800 dollars,” Junior Juliana Rodriguez said.
Some people believe Flappy Bird is an accidental hit that has spread so fast that people all over the world play it.
“ I think Dong got lucky, it first was just a simple game that then turned into a “big deal”,” sophomore Sahar Razawi said.
Flappy Bird has angered many students making them even more addicted to the game. Some people won’t stop because they feel its a challenge they must beat. They don’t realize it’s an endless game.