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Video: Flappy Bird game may actually live on after all

18
Feb
2014

While the simple, yet infuriatingly difficult to play Flappy Bird game has been officially removed from app stores out of guilt, the game name may actually live on for other similar apps. While some developers are simply looking to make a quick buck in the fallout of Flappy Bird’s removal by releasing all sorts of clones including online game versions – though Apple and Google have started taking a firm stance against it – others have thought of a smarter method of preserving the game, Phandroid reports. The way to keep Flappy Bird alive is to actually register the trade mark for it, while working on a game that replicates the popular application. The publication has discovered seven filings from entities “looking

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