Flappy Bird Free Download and Delete – Don’t Regret after Deleting

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You’ll either love it or hate it.

That’s probably the best description we could give when it comes to Flappy Bird. The game was an overnight success and it has left millions of users across the world very frustrated after playing; in fact, even the creator of the game got so frustrated and upset that he decided to take down the app himself. Now, there’s no more sight of the game on the App Store and Google Play Store. You had your chance to download it, but now no more. Don’t worry, because you’re not the only one who’s living in regret right now.

The people who deleted the app from their device are also regretting their action, now that the impulse is gone. Unfortunately, there’s no way to retrieve the app anymore since the app, as the creator has aptly said, is “gone forever”. If you’re on the verge of doing the same thing with this very addicting free app, we want you to stop for a moment and think about the consequences of what you’re about to do.

It’s Just Supposed to Be for Fun

When Dong Nguyen created Flappy Bird, all he wanted was to introduce a game that would make people relax their minds from their tedious work. He didn’t realize how it would enrapt everyone to the point that it made them so mad whenever the bird hit the pipes. Flappy Bird enraged a lot of people, though. What they perceived to be a hassle-free game because of its very simple gameplay, turned out to be the kind of game that makes them want to hurl their gadgets across the room (some people already did). What makes the game a lot of work? It’s actually not the game itself, but you. You’re the one who dictates the game and if you let it control and take over your emotions, nothing good will really come out of it. Relax your mind, and when you fail to beat your best score, laugh, and try again.

It Makes You Very Competitive

Again, the game is not a competition between you and the bird or the pipes. It’s a competition with your own self. You keep on playing because you want to get past your recent high score. You continue to play because you want to achieve more than what you already have. A little competition with your own self won’t hurt anyone. It’s even a good idea to know that you want to become better by beating your previous achievement, but don’t let it consume you. It’s alright to lose, even if you lose to yourself. Accepting defeat is a good thing, even if you’re the only one who knows about it.

Don’t Regret

If Flappy Bird has frustrated you and makes you want to delete it from your device and your life, think hard before doing it. Like we said, you can never get it back again, unless you’re willing to buy second-hand devices for hundreds of dollars that have the game installed. Remember that games, including Flappy Bird, are supposed to be relaxing. If you constantly remind yourself about it, Flappy Bird is actually a fun game to play.

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