Dong Nguyen, the creator of the wildly popular Flappy Bird, is considering bringing the game back to the mobile platforms. In a rare interview with Rolling Stone,He said that while he isn't currently working on a newer version of Flappy Bird, he said that if he did he'd place a warning to encourage the player to take regular breaks. Probably so they'd be less likely to break their mobile devices in anger.
Flappy Bird was originally released on mobile devices inMay 2013, but went viral in early Januarydue to its high level of difficulty.The game was removed from Apple App Store and the Google Play store at the beginning of February while it was at the height of its popularity.
"Flappy Bird happened to become an addictive product. I think it has become a problem. To solve the problem, it's best to take down Flappy Bird. It's gone forever," Nguyen said during that time.
Although has Flappy Bird died,its spirit still lives strong;with a new clone being released every half hour.
Nguyen currently has 3 more titles in development; a flying game called Kitty Jetpack, an "action chess" game called Checkonaut, and a cowboy shooter. One of these games will be released this month.