Just when you assumed it was protected again, it seems the Net is again awash with news of Flappy Bird or, at the very least, its creator.

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The guy which notoriously at first shunned the Flappy Bird-inspired spotlight and eventually drew the app from the App Store, Dong Nguyen, has today tweeted that he is now working on a brand-new game – – one that includes no birds yet from the screenshot we have actually seen, does look similar in gameplay to the game that started everything.

Requiring to Twitter to reveal the game, Nguyen said that “folks can ignore Flappy Bird for a while.” The name of the task has not yet been revealed, however the screenshot reveals a small personality being jumped in between 2 strong frameworks in a manner that does seem most similar to Flappy Bird.

We make sure there’s even more to it compared to that, though at the minute we’re left thinking. The male himself has likewise lately informed CNBC that the game features “some individual leaping from developing to developing,” though it’s uncertain whether the video game will be an unlimited runner or not.

There’s been no indication of a launch day for the brand-new video game either, yet with Nguyen having already claimed that Flappy Bird would go back to the App Store in August, with support for multiplayer thrown into the mix, we wish that this new title will certainly put in a look prior to then.


Flappy Bird notoriously shot to the high of the App Store graphes after ending up being something of a meme, and with its developer bring in massive sums of money daily, he chose to take the game in order to try and restrict his exposure after claiming he preferred the easy life.

With months having actually passed ever since, it seems Nguyen is once more all set to re-enter the fray in order to release not just an upgraded version of Flappy Bird, yet also a totally new game also.

Perhaps he’s blown with all that cash already!

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