This is a blog about flappy bird and common questions.
Who created Flappy Bird?
Flappy Bird was created by Dong Nguyen, a Vietnamese game developer. He is a fan of the Super Mario games and has said he hopes to create another one someday. He’s also a fan of the first Pac-Man game, as well as Space Invaders and Donkey Kong (which are both included in this list).
Why did the creator remove it?
The creator of Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, removed the app from the App Store because he said that it was too addictive. He even said in an interview with Forbes magazine that “it’s not something I like to do.” Although he did say that he would consider re-releasing a less addictive version of Flappy Bird on Google Play (the Android equivalent of Apple), this never happened because of all the hate and attention it was getting from people who had become obsessed with playing it.
How do I get it back?
You can’t get it back.
You can get it back on an emulator, but that’s not the same. There are also ways to download it again if you jailbreak or root your phone, but those methods aren’t for everyone.
Is it true there is an online hack that gives you an extra life?
- No. There’s no way to hack Flappy Bird. Hacking is a crime and if you do it, you’ll get in trouble with the police. You shouldn’t try to hack Flappy Bird or any other game because it’s illegal and you could go to prison for trying to do so.
- If there was an online hack that gave users an extra life in the game, it would be easy-to-find online and free; however, I haven’t seen any such thing as of yet (nor have I heard).
Is there a way not to die when a pipe hits your head?
Yes, there is a way to avoid dying when a pipe hits your head. In fact, there are two ways:
- Tap the screen to move up. This will cause you to jump over the pipe and prevent any damage from occurring.
- Move up and down as quickly as possible so that the flappy bird does not hit any pipes at all!
How many points can you get before you die?
If you’re interested in the points you can get before dying, there’s a helpful chart below. It shows what your score will be if you make it through the entire game without dying—which is possible, but not likely.
0 Points: 0 Flies (Died)
1 Point: 1 Fly (Died)
2 Points: 2 Flies (Died)
3 Points: 3 Flies (Died)
4 Points: 4 Flies (Died)
5 Points: 5 Flies (You broke your record for longest time alive!) 6 Points: 6 Flies( You made it! You beat your previous high score by over 500.) 7 Points – 1110 Flies(You’re just an average player.) 1211 – 1530 Flies(Moderately skilled.) 1531-2050 Flies(A truly impressive performance.) 2051+Flies(We bow down before your greatness!)
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Flappy Bird
- Who created Flappy Bird?
- Why did the creator remove it?
- How do I get it back?
- Is it true there is an online hack that gives you an extra life?
- Is there a way not to die when a pipe hits your head?
Overall, Flappy Bird is an amazing game that has taken the world by storm. While it may seem simple at first glance, it is actually quite complex. The game takes a tremendous amount of skill and practice to master. That is what makes this game so popular; there’s something for everyone! Whether you’re just starting out or have been playing for years, there are plenty of ways to improve your score.
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