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Furious fans threaten to murder Flappy Bird creator for pulling game

10
Feb
2014

Flappy Bird came from out of nowhere and rocketed to the top of mobile app stores’ charts, but the man who created the game wasn’t ready for the spotlight. Nguyen Ha Dong’s insanely frustrating mobile app was reportedly pulling in $50,000 a day for the developer, but according to a series of tweets it was also ruining his “simple life.” As such, he announced over the weekend that he planned to pull the game from Apple and Google’s mobile app stores — and on Sunday he followed through. Flappy fans were not happy. “I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird‘ users, 22 hours from now, I will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down,” Dong posted from his Twitter account. “I cannot take this anymore.” Just

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