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Swing Copters by Flappy Bird developer now available in the App Store

Swing Copters by Flappy Bird developer now available in the App Store

Dong Nguyen, developer of the hugely popular game, Flappy Bird, who had removed it because he was uncomfortable with the attention and success the game has brought him, and wanted some peace, is back.

As expected, he has released his new game Swing Copters in the App Store.

Miss Flappy Bird? Here are 50+ alternatives, all launched in a day

Miss Flappy Bird? Here are 50+ alternatives, all launched in a day

Flappy Bird was recently removed by the developer from the iOS and Android app hubs respectively citing “personal” reasons. Considering that the game was raking in close to $50,000 a day for the developer, this move seemed illogical. But other game developers saw this as an opportunity to leverage the situation and make the most of the ‘Flappy’ madness.

Apple fighting Flappy Bird clones, rejecting games with ‘Flappy’ in title

Apple fighting Flappy Bird clones, rejecting games with ‘Flappy’ in title

The popularity of iOS game Flappy Bird and the developer’s subsequent move to take the app down from the App Store has surprised a number of people. It has also led to the creation of dozens and dozens of Flappy Bird clones that are trying to cash in on the popularity of the original title.

Flappy Bird Developer says he removed the game because it was ‘an Addictive product’

Flappy Bird Developer says he removed the game because it was ‘an Addictive product’

After days of rumors and speculations, we finally know the reason why Dong Nguyen, the developer of Flappy Bird, abruptly removed the highly popular game from the App Store.

iPhones with Flappy Bird installed selling for as much as $20,000 on eBay

iPhones with Flappy Bird installed selling for as much as $20,000 on eBay

Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen removed the hit game from the App Store over the weekend, and since then the value of iPhones that have the game installed have skyrocketed on eBay.

Rumor: Flappy Bird may have been removed from the App Store on Nintendo’s request [Update: Nintendo denies it]

Rumor: Flappy Bird may have been removed from the App Store on Nintendo’s request [Update: Nintendo denies it]

You may have probably heard by now that Dong Nguyen, the developer of Flappy Bird, the unexpected smash hit, that broke records for its atmospheric climb to the top of iOS App Store charts, has removed the game from the App Store.

Developer removes FlappyBird from App Store

Developer removes FlappyBird from App Store

As promised, Dong Nguyen, the developer of FlappyBird, has removed the game from the App Store.

The unexpected smash hit broke records for its atmospheric climb to the top of iOS App Store charts before it was removed.

Flappy Bird Developer says he will remove game from App Store Today [Update: Removed]

Flappy Bird Developer says he will remove game from App Store Today [Update: Removed]

We’ve some bad news for Flappy Bird fans.

Dong Nguyen, the developer of Flappy Bird, the unexpected smash hit, that is breaking records for its atmospheric climb to the top of iOS App Store charts, has just announced that he’ll remove the game from the App Store.

Flappy Bird breaks 50M downloads, generates $50K per day

Flappy Bird breaks 50M downloads, generates $50K per day

Flappy Bird, the unexpected smash hit from Dong Nguyen of dotGears, is breaking records for its atmospheric climb to the top of iOS App Store charts. Not only does Dong have the #1 app on the free iOS Apps list, his other games have risen to #4 and #11, an unprecedented feat for an indie developer.