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'Flappy Bird' could return to mobile devices

It looks like “Flappy Bird” is not gone for good after all. Creator Don Nguyen said on Tuesday that he’s considering bringing back “Flappy Bird” to the mobile platforms. However, if that was to happen, Nguen would have a warning telling the players that the game can be addictive.

“Flappy Bird” was taken down the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store in early February because Nguyen said the game was becoming too addictive which was becoming a problem. So to solve the problem, he took down “Flappy Bird” permanently.

But that has not stopped other mobile game creators to make their own versions of the game. In fact, there was one report saying there is a “Flappy Bird” clone released every 24 minutes.

But before Nguyen thinks about putting “Flappy Bird” back in the mix, he has been working on a few more games that will be released in the near future. One of the games will be a cowboy shooter game, another will be flying game called “Kitty Jetpack” and the last is a chess game called “Checkonaut”.

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