Flappy Bird was a simple, easy-to-learn, hard-to-master game that had risen to immense popularity in the past month. Unfortunately, the creator, Dong Nguyen, has recently taken down his renowned game and quoted “stress” as being the reason he could no longer support the game. But fear not, all those who wish to download and play a similar game will see that various mobile app stores have dozens of different clones, knock offs and alternatives. We today have compiled a list of the top 9 Flappy Bird alternatives for you to enjoy:
9. Fluffy vs Flappy Birds (iOS)
Another iOS exclusive game that actually has micro-transactions within the game and a small fee that can even remove the in-game ads. Fluffy vs Flappy Birds, while similar, is played differently.
You can choose from a variety of birds and attempt to collect coins while avoiding obstacles. The birds are actually controlled via swipes and the graphics are more modern compared to the original game.
8. Flappy Plane (iOS)
Another “Flappy” clone, Flappy Plane is only available for iOS devices. Aside from the fact that the name is a complete rip-off, since planes have nothing to do with flapping, the gameplay itself is slightly different in the sense that the game scores you for how far you get without crashing.
7. Tiny Bird (Pebble)
Although this game is a good alternative, and is directly connected to both the iOS and the Android eco-system, Tiny Bird is actually a Pebble Game. That’s right, you play it on your wrist.
The color palette has been changed to black and white (presumably to save battery). It’s a great game if you happen to own a Pebble.
6. Flappy Bee (iOS/Android)
If you want an even weirder game then Flappy Bird, here comes Flappy Bee for both iOS and Android devices. By weird, we are not referring to the Bee, on the contrary, we’re talking about the gameplay, which seems to be even more glitch-er than Flappy Bird.
5. Super Ball Juggling (iOS)
Another great alternative to the game, and even though it plays slightly differently (which can be a good thing), the great thing is that, Super Ball Juggling is also from Dong Nguyen (the creator of Flappy Bird), so you know there will be some similarities.