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Flappy Bird

General information about Flappy Bird

In Flappy Bird, the player controls a bird named Faby and tries to fly through pillars of blue pipes without touching them. How far can you go?

History of game development

The game was developed by Vietnamese game developer Nguyen Ha Dong under his company dotGears. It was first released for iOS and Android in May 2013. The game was a huge success, with over 50 million downloads in its first few months. However, Dong removed the game from the App Store and Google Play Store in February 2014, citing concerns about addiction and the game's negative impact on his health.

Style play

The player controls a flappy bird that must fly through a series of pipes without touching them. The bird flies up when the player touches the screen and falls down when the player does not touch the screen. Players will receive points based on the number of pipes they pass. Players just need to tap the screen to make the bird flap its wings, trying to maintain a steady pace to pass tubes along the way. The game ends if the bird hits the water pipe or falls off the screen.

Tips for new players

  • When first playing, focus on controlling the bird to fly up and down smoothly.
  • Pay attention to the bird's flying speed and adjust the force of touching the screen accordingly.
  • Avoid rushing and trying to fly through multiple water pipes at once.
  • Always pay attention to the water pipes ahead and predict the direction of the bird's flight.
  • Plan your moves before touching the screen to control the bird to fly through the gaps accurately.
  • Avoid letting the bird fly too high or too low, as this will cause it to hit obstacles.
  • The top and bottom edges of the screen can be used as fulcrums to help the bird fly up or down.
  • In this game, you have to use more techniques instead of using your brain like playing Block Blast. So you need to adjust the bird's flight direction quickly.
  • However, be careful not to let the bird hit the edge of the screen.

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