Flappy Bird creator claims game will go down in a few hours

Developer Dong Nguyen, creator of the most successful iOS and Android smartphone and tablet game of recent days, Flappy Bird, used Twitter to announce Saturday that it will take the game offline. Without much explanation, Nguyen just said he couldn't take it anymore.

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Sorry, Flappy Bird users, but I will take Flappy Bird out of the air in 22 hours, Nguyen wrote. A few days ago, the developer also wrote on his Twitter that he was no longer holding the press because of the success of his game. "Leave me alone, please," read one of his messages.

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