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I'm sorry, but I have to tell you about one more Flappy Bird clone


12:00 AM on 04.03.2014
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Street Flapper is a Flappy Birds clone made in the spirit of the Flappy Jam that took place a little while ago. This one takes Street Fighter II characters and has them perform their signature moves while having to avoid Dhalsim arms and legs in his India stage. I lasted the longest with Sagat and his Tiger Knee.

It's worth downloading just for a quick stupid laugh. The sound effects are there from the game, but it's sadly missing the music. This would have been perfect with music, along with the game over theme with each death too.

(Street Flapper, via @Gizmogladstone)






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