Flappy Bird

When you take a quick look at Google Play you will discover, quite surprisingly, a new application that has almost climbed to the top. This application is called Flappy Bird and as the name suggests it is a game.

Flappy Bird is extremely small at less than 1 MB so you will be able to quickly download and install it. The small size of the app suggests something else though – that the game is simple and cut-down in some areas. In fact this is true and you will see it once you run the game. First, do not expect great graphics as Flappy Bird looks like a game from the 1990s. Then the sound and graphics (2D) are simple too. The same can be said of the gameplay – you have to constantly touch the sensor display of your tablet, smartphone, etc. to make the bird fly and go up and down. In fact this is the place where the biggest downside of the game is – the gameplay is difficult. It is hard to control the flying bird at all times and you will find yourself restarting the level quite often, which is something a little annoying.

Flappy Bird is a simple app that will help you waste some time when you have nothing to do. The game does not come with the best graphics out there but if you want to feel challenged then this is the app for you. You can have it for free here on Google Play.

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