Flappy Bird followers distress the game has been drawn from the App Store by its developer should not blame Nintendo for the elimination, even with resemblances to Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. game. Nintendo spokesperson Yasuhiro Minagawa verified to The Wall surface Road Diary that the game producer had not whined about the title.


In an email to The Commercial Journal, Nintendo spokesperson Yasuhiro Minagawa on Monday stated previous company statements that the Japanese videogame titan hasn’t already complained at all about Flappy Bird’s similarities to Nintendo’s original “Super Mario Bros.”

“While we normally do not discuss the reports and speculations, we have already denied the supposition” last week, he [Yasuhiro Minagawa] shared.

Records recommend Nguyen might experience a copyright claim and various other lawful problems in his home country of Vietnam, however the developer has rejected those claims. He instead revealed frustration at the focus his game has actually brought him, pleading on Twitter for the media to “Please offer me peace.”


Flappy Bird not shows up in the App Store and is simply available to those that downloaded and install the application prior to it was eliminated. Nguyen stated he is not curious about offering the game, so it will not return unless he transforms his mind. Before it was removed, Flappy Bird was generating $$ 50,000 a day in advertisement revenue and had actually been downloaded over 50 million times, baseding on The Edge.

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