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Video: Twitterrific makes what is hopefully the last Flappy Bird homage

26
Feb
2014

Flappy Bird is dead, and all of the shameless clones in world won’t bring it back. Despite the game’s fading relevance, the developers of the Twitterrific app have opted to pay tribute to game that stole our hearts with a recent update. iDownloadBlog happened across a simplistic Flappy Bird clone called Ollie Soars hidden within the Twitter timeline of the Twitterrific app, featuring Twitterrific’s own avian mascot. In order to access Ollie Soars, just drag the timeline all the down to the bottom of the screen, further than would be necessary to refresh it, and the game should begin. Check out a video of the homage below.

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