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Home » Apps with tag 'Flappy Bird'

6 more real versions of mobile games, featuring Scribblenauts, Peggle, Minecraft, and more

Feature By Peter Willington, 3 months, 3 weeks ago
6 more real versions of mobile games, featuring Scribblenauts, Peggle, Minecraft, and more

After the last time we looked at a bunch of mobile games that had been given a real world twist, I realised that there were a whole heap more we'd managed to miss. Seriously, there were some incredible videos that didn't make our list last time round. So to rectify that, let's dive straight into part 2. Angry Birds Go! - Go karting has changed since I was a kid. Peggle - Absolute bliss, and Bjorn is looking just fantastic. Minecraft: Pocket Edition - Because of course someone did a Minecraft one. Plants vs Zombies - I don't remember the game being this... epic. Scribblenauts - Excellent work (as always) from Smosh. Flappy Bird - How to make a super simple game way more comp…

AppSpy's top 6 games to make you rage

Feature By Glen Fox, 5 months, 3 weeks ago
AppSpy's top 6 games to make you rage

Nitrome's Roller Polar is this week's incredibly addictive festive treat - but it isn't half frustrating. It essentially does what Flappy Bird did so infamously last year, but improves on the visuals and sound and even throws some mechanics into the work for good measure. Just for you lovely folks, I've braved the App Store and Google Play store to find the most frustrating, rage-inducing games. Have a stressball at the ready if you plan on playing any of these, as we will not be responsible for the broken furniture. You have been warned. 1. Swing Copters  Combine an incredibly frustrating concept with imprecise and, well, rubbish controls and you get S…

Twerking Ball features a naked 8-bit version of Miley Cyrus in a Flappy Bird clone, and this headline is probably the best bit of SEO I'll ever write

News By Peter Willington, 7 months, 1 week ago
Twerking Ball features a naked 8-bit version of Miley Cyrus in a Flappy Bird clone, and this headline is probably the best bit of SEO I'll ever write

Twerking Ball is a rope flying game in which you need to zip through oncoming pipes in a Spider-Man style. It's a spin on Flappy Bird and Mikey Hooks, basically. It also features a cheeky pixel art rendition of Miley Cyrus, because sure, why not. It's free and available now. Fill your boots via the store links below. [App Store link][Google Play link]…

Flappy Bird - EncyclAPPedia

Feature By Peter Willington, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Flappy Bird - EncyclAPPedia

We return to a mobile gaming classic for today's EncyclAPPedia: the simple, frustrating, addictive, and highly controversial Flappy Bird. EncyclAPPpediaɛnˌsʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈpiːdɪənounA video or set of videos giving information on many mobile games or on many aspects of one game and typically arranged entirely at random.…

Apple tells new games with 'Flappy' in their titles to flap off

News By Alex Beech, 1 year, 3 months ago
Apple tells new games with 'Flappy' in their titles to flap off

It has been an odd few weeks on the App Store. First, after reaching critical mass – and making a lot of money - Flappy Birds was removed from the App Store by creator Doug Nguyen. Now it seems that Apple is rejecting games with word 'flappy' in their title. The company's strict new line over the use of 'flappy' came to light over the weekend, when Mind Juice Media's Ken Carpenter tweeted about the rejection of his new creation, Flappy Dragon, from the App Store. Apple directed the developer to the App Store review guidelines. Specifically, the App Store custodian highlighted guideline number 22.2, which states "Apps that contain false, fraudulent or misleading representations will b…