Flappy Bird Where it Belongs: On the Apple IIc

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Love it or hate it, Flappy Bird has been an amazingly successful game on the iPhone and iPad, but it's been missing from the one computer that's the perfect platform for its 8-bit flapping goodness: the Apple IIc. Dagen Brock has fixed that horrible oversite with his new Flappy Birds clone called Flapple Bird. Game play is keyboard-based, which makes sense considering touch screen computing wasn't a thing back in 1980s. You can download Flapple Bird for free, and it's available versions for 5.25-inch and 3.5-inch floppy disks.

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Comments

Aftermac

Never played the game, but I might have to download and give it a try this weekend.

geoduck

OK so now I need an Apple IIc emulator for my iPad
LOL

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