Developer Dong Nguyen has confirmed that his hit mobile title will return at some point, but it will not be anytime soon, as he has been discussing a return with fans on Twitter. Questions have been asked whether he intends to put the game back on the App Store in the future and his reply suggests he is indeed looking to bring this back.
As fans ask when it is likely to return Nguyen informs enthusiasts that he doesn’t work to plan, and that he will release it as soon as it is done. According to a selection of tweets, (excuse the pun) it will return as a better game than the original as enhancements are expected after the game raked in around $50,000 a day at its peak.
The aftermath of Flappy Birds has amounted in shed loads of clones constantly coming out on a daily basis and at the beginning of the month we mentioned a few Flappy Bird alternatives added every 24 minutes to App Store.
Details of the tweets and talk of a Flappy Bird return is documented on GI International, as we get confirmation it will indeed make a comeback, although we cannot envisage this anytime soon. The main thing here is that he intends to make a more polished version and he recently told Forbes, “Flappy Bird was designed to play in a few minutes when you are relaxed,” but now it has become an addictive product, so he decided to take it down.
Last week we wrote about the Flappy Bird online return as Dong Nguyen teases Flappy Bird 2.0 could make a sensational return as the creator has had a change of heart. Back then Nguyen teased Rolling Stone magazine that the game could comeback, and since then he has confirmed its return.
So are you looking forward to the return of a more enhanced version of Flappy Bird in the future? Or are you glad to see the back of it?