The Flappy Bird MMO Is The Best Kind Of Chaos
I can’t really tell if Flappy Bird is more popular now that it doesn’t exist anymore, or before it was taken away from every app store you can possibly think of. Other game designers have come up with their own versions of the game as a tribute to its designer, but nothing really comes close to probably the best version of the addictively unfair game.
Flappy Bird…the MMO. Now you and hundreds of other online masochists can try and get as far as possible in the endless field of green pipes, witnessing the demise of the weak at the same time.
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In reality, it’s the same Flappy Bird game that rocket to international infamy, now just with a hilarious amount of people playing at the same time. It makes things even worse, with players often blocking the view of the only gap available and the failure of others distracting you from the task at hand. In a way, it’s kind of like having all your little replay close from Super Meat Boy controlled by someone else in the world, as it’s just as chaotic and frantic to watch.
That said, it’s insanely addictive to see how much further you can get than everyone else, especially when people are dropping by the dozen after each pipe pass (sounds a lot more illegal than it really is).
If you have a relatively free afternoon (because you know you won’t stop) head over to the FlapMMO, enter your username and begin the birdy madness. Long live Flappy Bird.