Flappy Bird maker Dong Nguyen finally end his success in his recently hit game 'Flappy Bird.' Before he took off the game, he first tweeted his decision saying, "I cannot take this anymore."

Flappy Bird maker removes game from app stores
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Dong Nguyen is a Vietnamese game maker who created Flappy Bird in just two to three days.

Dong said, "22 hours from now, I will take 'Flappy Bird' down," he added, "It is not anything related to legal issues."

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But despite he removed the recently popular game, he will still make games.

According to BBC News, Flappy Bird was downloaded for more than 50 million times, since it was launched in May 2013.

As far as we know, you can only download the official version in the free games of the Apple App Store and Google Play Store charts.

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