Rumor has it that people are sick of Flappy Bert. Like your Kardash-a-Hilton, the game has become famous for being famous, and as such, has started to get on people's nerves. To many it entered the public eye as a pariah, but by the time it left this world, it was a martyr. Now it's got its own Space Program. Cthulhu's even gotten in the mix.
The game may not deserve the amount of press it's received, but that doesn't change the fact that there is undoubtedly something about Flappy Balt which has caused it to capture the interest of millions. What it is about this simple little game that has caused it to resonate with so many? As always, Art Hawk has the answers.
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