Whether you can or will survive for long is another matter entirely, but the constant possibility for success keeps players coming back after every failed attempt and sharing their failures with friends for an ever-expanding pool of players.
How can people hate this game? It changed so much on the appstore and became so popular so fast and made it into so many things like shows, videos, movies, jokes. It was literally everywhere, and people still hated it. I know that this game is frustrating, I know that it isn't always the most fun to play continuously but it sure was addicting. It was fun to challenge friends for a bit and it's no wonder why this game gained popularity so fast. The developer deserved the money that he got from this and even though he managed to lose the app, he still managed to get enough out of it. I was impressed with what they were able to do, even if the textures were stolen, there was basically only like three and the fun in the game came from the gameplay, not the art. This game overall was worth playing and even though it wasn't the best, everyone still knows what it is and it spread around like crazy when it was out there.
Flappy Bird isn't a good video game. It's arguably not even a fun one. But its no-frills approach and exacting, relentlessly repetitious gameplay make it an addictive short-term distraction for the skill and score-obsessed.
A certain addictive or compulsive quality isn't sufficient to make a genuinely good game, sadly; Flappy Bird is addictive and compulsive in the same way that popping bubble wrap is addictive and compulsive. It may be immediately satisfying to waste your time with it in the short term, but when you look back on how your day went, you'll find yourself wishing you'd used those hours for something more productive or stimulating.
A average mobile game. Will make a long for a better highscore but other than that, no reason to play. Fun for a little while, angering for more. But I am sad to see it removed from the 'Google Play Store'.
Aunque puede llegar a ser algo adictivo y satisfactorio romper tu record, el no tener nada extra le baja muchísimo la nota. Juegos casuales tienen subidas de rangos, premios, modos de juego, etc... Flappy Bird no tiene nada que te invite a seguir jugando por lo que se muere a los 10 minutos. No creo que ni un niño borracho quiera tocarlo.