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There are a lot of Flappy Bird clones out there. The popular one-touch control 8-bit bird flew from Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store earlier this week, opening up a can of worms. Inspired by its simplicity, there are a ridiculous amount of developers out there trying to fill the void left by Flappy Bird‘s departure.
If you’re having trouble recalling which games we’re talking about, Super Hexagon is that super difficult game created by Terry Cavanagh that engulfs you with flashing, trippy shapes, colours and thumping techno music. Maverick Bird is not that different. Instead of evading a never-ending series of shapes closing in on you from all sides, you do so in Flappy Bird fashion.
We shouldn’t really call these games clones, they’re more like tributes to Flappy Bird really. Like you’d imagine, both games are extremely challenging, addictive and fun.