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The Flappy Bird Legacy: Play The Sesame Street's "Flappy Bert"

Since Flappy Bird was taken down, it was thought by some that the Flappy Bird legacy is over. When I noticed that Flappy Bird still displays ads, I saw it as a warning... I mean, if it's so dead, why is it still displaying ad? Obviously Dong Nguyen is still earning money from it. That, and the fact that it's never getting off sites that give you APKs and iOS apps for download. Heck, I swear I saw someone selling it on eBay, LITERALLY.

If that's not weird enough, people are selling their phones with Flappy Bird installed in. I kid you not.

But lets get to the point- the legacy is far from over.

Many people and companies are already considering releasing their Flappy Bird clones(despite the fact it was already a clone of Piou Piou and the Helicopter game), so it's pretty much a clone-ception here. Though the companies are 'considering', the 'people' have already launched numerous clones.

BUT- one major company that has already come out with a parody-ish clone is none other than the popular kids TV show, The Sesame Street!

The Sesame Street's staff has created their own version of Flappy Bird, called "Flappy Bert". In the game, you control the character of Bert through a level full of pipes, with the same gameplay and concept of Flappy Bird. You can play the game either right below this text, or by going to the official link 'here'. If you're on a phone and just want to see how it looks, you can see the picture in the beginning of the article, above.


Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Thursday, February 13, 2014