If you’re tired of all those Flappy Bird alternatives, you may be in luck, as Flappy Bird could be landing back on your handset. Dong Nguyen told Rolling Stone Magazine that he is thinking about bringing the app back to iOS and Android for all to enjoy again.
The free-to-play mobile phenomenon launched last September on iOS and this January on Android. By early February, Nguyen said that Flappy Bird was generating more than $50,000 a day in ad revenue. In mid-February, Nguyen pulled the game because he was concerned that it had “become an addictive product.”
Talking to Rolling Stone, Nguyen said if he does bring the game back, he will include a warning within it for gamers to take a break. For the whole story on Nguyen and 2014’s surprise breakout hit, read on at Rolling Stone.