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flappy

(ˈflæpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
loose; flapping; tending to flapgiddy; unsteady
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Soon after the reality of the Flappy Bird effect hit him, he pulled out the game.
Crank it past three-quarters on the volume and the Mini Boom gets a bit flappy.
14 ( ANI ): Soon after the original Flappy Bird was pulled down by its creator, a lot of clones of the game mushroomed in the app stores, the latest being 'Flappy Bert.
Crank it past three-quarters on the volume control and the Mini Boom flappy.
14 ( ANI ): Rovio has reportedly come up with a new Angry Birds version that would ease some pain of distressed Flappy Bird lovers.
All of the bells, whistles, awesome synthy soundtrack and power-ups of the original are intact, including the Dark Souls level of difficulty which elicits the sort of agony and teeth-gnashing that Flappy Bird merely hints at.
13 ( ANI ): Soon after the original Flappy Bird was taken down by its creator, a host of fake apps mushroomed in third-party Android app marketplaces reportedly directing malware to unsuspecting users.
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12 ( ANI ): Depressed Flappy Bird lovers can now have their chance for better days with Pebble smartwatch offering a clone of the highly addictive game.
12 ( ANI ): The Vietnamese developer who created Flappy Bird has finally come out with an explanation for suddenly taking the game down from mobile app stores, citing it was 'addictive'.
Speaking to CNBC's Kelly Evans, Flappy Bird Developer Dong Nguyen has announced plans of relaunching a sequel to the game on Apple's iOS App Store in August.
FIENDISHLY addictive, simple to play and free to download, Flappy Bird was a smartphone smash hit.