Flappy Bird is an iconic side-scrolling game where you click to avoid obstacles. It was originally released as a mobile game then discontinued by its developer, Dong Nyugen. Today, you can play this simple but addictive one-button game on the web.
About Flappy Bird
How to Play
Flappy Bird's gameplay is best described as simple, addictive, yet mildly infuriating. Tap carefully to raise the bird up and navigate through the gaps in the green pipes without crashing. When the inevitable crash occurs, you'll earn a score that you can try and outdo on your next run. It's addictive!
Play it Only on the Web
Flappy Bird was originally created as a mobile game, but was later removed from the app stores. In an interview with Forbes, Dong Nguyen, the developer of Flappy Bird, cited the game's addictive nature as the reason for its removal from the stores.
Despite this fact, you can still play the original Flappy Bird for free in your web browser, using a desktop or mobile device!
The Legacy of Flappy Bird
Flappy Bird was part of an early revolution in hypercasual mobile games. Plenty of simple one-button and side-scrolling games have been released since its inception. The game spawned numerous remakes, clones, and parody games that took the concept to new levels.
You can find games that utilize this concept of keeping up an object or animal everywhere on CrazyGames. Popular games like Tap Tap Shots and Square Bird. However, even before Flappy Bird, there were similar classic games like Copter that people could play for free on the web.
- Incredibly simple mechanics
- Frustrating but addictive
- High score tracking
- The original Flappy Bird
Web browser (desktop and mobile)
Click to fly up.
Why was Flappy Bird removed from the app stores?
In an interview with Forbes, Nguyen cited the game's addictive nature as the reason for its removal from app stores.
How much money did Flappy Bird make?
The game's author claims Flappy Bird made around $50,000 per day in ad revenue.
Who made Flappy Bird?
The game was made by Vietnamese game developer Dong Nguyen and released in early 2014.