You could fill barrels with the tears of those who have cried because Flappy Bird was pulled off the market. Although Flappy Bird creator says he could put his highly addictive game back on the market, he’s not making any promises, so game developers are beginning to put out Flappy Bird replacements just to keep up with the demand. We’re going to take a look at three games which copy Flappy Bird and tell you if they’re worth downloading.
The Two Flappy Bird Replacements
1. Fly Birdie
Fly Birdie works just like Flappy Bird, you need to tap the screen to advance your bird up and navigate it through the tubes. Stop tapping and the bird falls. Simple. The really great thing about it, which makes it one of the best, if not the best Flappy Bird replacements on the market is that it is very similar to Flappy Bird, so if you’re truly looking for a replacement, this is the one to get. It’s currently number one in Apple’s App Store, so those many people can’t all be wrong. What sets Fly Birdie from Flappy Bird is that in the first one you are given three lives, which you are going to waste faster than you can say Flappy Bird.
2. Flappy Plane
You have to tap the screen to guide a little plane forward. It’s not rocket science, but it’s not meant to be that. Instead of the pipes in Flappy Bird, you’ve got a bunch of floating bars you need to avoid. When you advance, you’re shown the miles you’ve traveled. The great thing about this game is that you’re able to choose a difficulty level, unlike Flappy Bird, which is pretty neat. But the design is really bad and it truly does seem like it’s the worst Flappy Bird replacements on the market. If you’re a Flappy Bird addict, this game could satisfy your appetite, but not for long.
What are your thoughts on this matter? Do you miss Flappy Bird so much, that you’re going to download these Flappy Bird replacements? Which one looks more appealing to you? If you’ve played any of the reviewed games, leave us your review in the comment section below. We’d love to hear about it!