Previous versions of Android have included Easter eggs inside of the Settings app, and the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop developer preview is no different. Going to Settings will let you play a fully-featured Flappy Bird clone.
Google has reportedly removed hundreds of clones of Swing Copters, Dong Nguyen's follow-up to Flappy Bird. The clones prevented the original game from becoming the top search result for "Swing Copters."
Flappy Bird follow-up Swing Copters launched Wednesday night, ensuring that for many mobile gamers the immediate future will consist mostly of colorful expletives, gritted teeth, and eye-popping frustration.
If you wasted days of your life on Flappy Bird earlier this year, then beware. The game's developer, who killed off his creation because its popularity ruined his life, is about to launch his follow-up effort: Swing Copters.
According to security firm McAfee, 80 percent of Flappy Bird clones contain some kind of malware. While it's in the company's best interest to alert users of this, it's still prudent to practice smart tactics when it comes to sketchy applications and…
If you never had a chance to download Flappy Bird but are curious to know what it's like to feel frustration on a level never before experienced by humankind, then there's good news – its creator is considering re-releasing it.
If Apple's app store team really was blocking Flappy Bird clones earlier this month, it seems like they may have given up and gone home, with a report claiming that a third of the 300 new games landing in the iOS store Thursday were Flappy Bird rip-offs.
If you thought paying $100,000 for an iPhone loaded with Flappy Bird was idiotic, wait till you get a load of this: T-Shirts.com has just released a “RIP Flappy Bird” t-shirt that costs $10,000. Really.
In case you thought the dozens of other Flappy Bird clones were enough, Sesame Street has made one too - they call it Flappy Bert. It's a fun little clone that we're guessing is its way of joining in on all the Flappy Bird fun.