In an extensive interview with Rolling Stone magazine earlier this month, Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen talked about how he was considering bringing the game back. Yesterday, the creator confirmed his plans of a comeback when replying to a fan on Twitter. The tweet was discovered by Gawker. Also Read - Best gaming laptops you can get under Rs 80,000 in October 2021: Asus, HP, Dell, moreAlso Read - Facebook's FB Gaming Press Start virtual event announced: First ever event for gamers in India
When a fan asked Nguyen if he plans on putting the wildly popular game back on the App Store, he replied, Yes. But not soon. In the interview with the magazine, Nguyen had revealed how at the height of the game s popularity he was minting nearly $50,000 per day. But not being able to cope with the attention the game brought him, and he decided to take it down. Since then, hundreds of clones have cropped up on the app stores trying to replicate the game s popularity. Also Read - Apple to soon enforce new App Store rules to streamline app account deletion: Report
It is unclear when Nguyen plans to relaunch the game, but when he does, it will come with a staunch warning Please take a break.
@painfullpacman Yes. But not soon.
— Dong Nguyen (@dongatory) March 19, 2014