Flappy Bird is back again, Flappy Bird is gone again, Flappy bird is messing with our heads.
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nyuen cannot seem to make up his mind over whether he will rerelease his game.
If you’re one of the people that is sick and tired of the mind games he’s playing, it’s time to consider Flappy Bird Alternatives. Some beat Nyuen’s game hollow and are topping charts including Ironpants.
Badland, the award-winning iPad game of the year, is an unusual side scroller featuring an amusingly clumsy protagonist who has to be guided through an enchanted forest full of clones and magical plants. Obstacles aren't deadly in this tap-to-rise, release-to-fall game keeping gameplay going for hours
Ironpants’ central character is a caped superhero who in spite of his superb strength, dies upon impact of any obstacles. Press and hold to fly up, and release to fly downward
Fly Birdie has taken Flappy Bird's No. 1 spot on the App Store leader boards. The new "most-addicting bird game on the planet" calls for cautious tapping. There’s no need to fret if you die within the first 5 seconds of gameplay — Fly Birdie is a merciful game that offers you an additional two lives.
Flappy Bert is by far the cutest recreation of Flappy Bird featuring a flying Bert bouncing up and down along Sesame Street to avoid striped pipes. If and when Bert falls to the ground, he calls out for none other than Ernie
Fall Out Bird
If you’re both a Flappy Bird and Fall Out Boy fan, you’re in for a real treat. The Flappy Bird-inspired game features the flying heads of all the band members as the player navigates them through an obstacle course of guitar heads.