Flappy Bird

New iOS Apps and Games of the Week: Transformers, Flappy Bird and More...

It was a slow week for App Store releases but there were a few big announcements. DeNA and Hasbro announced that the official Transformers: Age of Extinction tie-in will be available for mobile devices this "summer". The movie is set to hit theaters on June 27, 2014, so expect the game to land on the App Store around the same time. Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen made headlines again after he told CNBC he plans to release a "less additive" version of the game with a multipayer option in August. Nguyen also teased his newest release, a platform game, on Twitter. You can see the first image of Nguyen's unnamed new game posted below. And finally, Adult Swim's new iOS game Delivery Outlaw soft launched in Canada, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland.

New iOS Games May

Here are the most noteworthy apps and games released to the Apple App Store between 05/11/14 to 05/17/14. Apple's Free App of the Week is the hotel / flight booking app Kayak Pro. The app will be free on the App store until 05/22/14.

Less Addictive Version of Flappy Bird Ready to Take Back the App Store in August

Here's some bad news for anyone who spent thousands of dollars on Flappy BIrd. The games creator Dong Nguyen announced that it will return in August. Nguyen told CNBC's Kelly Evans that the game will be "less addictive" and feature a multiplayer option.

Flappy Bird 2.0

Flappy Bird was one of the biggest mobile app phenomenons of the year. The simplistic game inexplicably became one of the most talked about and downloaded apps on the Apple App Store before being mysteriously removed by its creator because it was "too addictive". The game was reportedly earning over $50,000 in daily ad revenue before Nguyen pulled the plug. Both the Apple App Store and Google Play were soon flooded by Flappy Bird clones from developers trying to recreate its success.

New iOS Games, Apps and JB Tweaks of the Week: Hello Flappy Bird, Goodbye Twitter Music!

This week's big stories revolved around the return of one popular app to the Apple App Store and the death of another. Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen, announced on Twitter that the mobile game sensation will eventually make a return to the App Store but "not soon." Meanwhile, Twitter pulled its #Music app and told current users it will only continue to work until April 18. Besides the possible rebirth of an old app, and the demise of a high-profile app, it was a slow week for App Store news and releases.

Flappy Bird

Here are this week's most noteworthy App Store and Cydia releases (03/16/14 to 03/22/14). Apple's Free App of the Week is Ridge Racer Slipstream. The game will be free on the App Store until 03/27/14.

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: Hıamına Bird, Toca Pet Doctor and More...

Lets kick things off with this week's "Best App Store Description," and possibly the best looking Flappy Bird clone to land on the App Store.

Hıamına Bird

Hıamına Bird: Free for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad (Requires iOS 6 or later) Rated 4+

App Store Description:

Halil Söyletmez'in Vine'da yaptığı eğlenceli videolar ile herkesin diline pelesenk olan "HIAMINA" artık oyun oldu! Hıamına bird adlı oyunumuz artık oynanmaya hazır!

Fenomenimiz Halil'i macerasında yanlız bırakmayın !

Hıamına hıamına diyerek en yüksek rekoru kırmaya çalışın.

Flappy Bird Not Dead Yet! Going for Thousands of Dollars on eBay

The famous crappy bird who became an internet and App Store phenomenon has found a second life on eBay. As you probably already know, Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen, mysteriously pulled the popular game from the Apple App Store and Google Play on Sunday, and now it's selling for thousands of dollars on eBay.

Flappy Bird

There are multiple iOS and Android devices with Flappy Bird installed on them listed on eBay for upwards of $50,000. One auction by a user named pindrus reached $99,900 in bids before eBay pulled the plug. Keep in mind, just like the hilarious Flappy Bird App Store customer reviews, most of these listings and bids are probably fake.

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