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Android Lollipop’s Easter egg is a Flappy Bird spoof

Android Lollipop’s Easter egg is a Flappy Bird spoof

Flappy Bird: you've likely heard of it, and maybe have even been addicted to it. The game's immense popularity not only caused the developer to temporarily pull it from the app stores, but also spawned hundreds of clones from slapdash developers looking to make a quick buck. For this reason, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who didn't recognize the game -- or a derivative of it -- upon first look, and that is perhaps why Google chose to use it as the foundation for an Easter egg hidden in Android Lollipop.

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Flappy Bird 2: sequel release goes vertical

Flappy Bird 2: sequel release goes vertical

The creator of Flappy Bird has revealed his first major release since shutting his hit game down. With "Swing Copters," we get a Flappy Bird successor - a game that basically has the same innards as Flappy Bird, but made vertical instead of horizontal. And you’ll have to avoid swings instead of simple tubes.

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Super Pixelander lets you drop Flappy Bird for dubstep

Super Pixelander lets you drop Flappy Bird for dubstep

If you’re all about fighting aliens, collecting gems, blasting asteroids, and listening to 8-bit beats while you’re at it, we’ve got a game for you. Super Pixelander works with music from Blankfield to make certain you’re rolling deep in the beeps while you’re trying again and again to avoid getting hit by flying bits.

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Flappy Bird clone Tappy Chicken first to mobile with Unreal Engine 4

Flappy Bird clone Tappy Chicken first to mobile with Unreal Engine 4

The game development environment Unreal Engine 4 has been ushered in with its first-ever implementation on Android. The game is known as Tappy Chicken, and it’s essentially a clone of Flappy Bird - with a chicken. This game was created by an artist by the name of Shane Caudle and is being shared by Epic Games to show how extremely easy Unreal Engine 4 makes developing games, even for someone who has never developed a game before.

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Flappy Bird re-release includes fewer pixels, more birds

Flappy Bird re-release includes fewer pixels, more birds

The release of Flappy Bird - the re-release, that is - has been detailed today in an interview with the developer Dong Nguyen. This fellow grew famous rapidly earlier this year when the Flappy Bird game was originally released to Android and iOS, doubling his fame once he decided to remove the app from the public. Now he’s bringing it back.

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