[GBA - Homebrew Game] Flappy Bird v1.00

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    A homebrew version of Flappy Bird for Game Boy Advance.
    GBA Port by @jayvanhutten (original game by .GEARS Studios)​


    • Don't we all hate Flappy Bird? Hasn't this game been ported to every possible platform already? The answer was no, and I figured someone had to do it. I wanted to make it as close to the original as possible and therefore the game is played in portrait mode. Sorry emulator users! If you flash the game to a cartridge, set the save type to SRAM and save size to 64 kbit.
      Written in C, compiled with DevKitARM.
      Enjoy!

    • Controls
      • Use the right button on the d-pad to flap
      • For a soft reset, press A + B + START + SELECT
      • Hold SELECT when booting to delete your save data


    • Screenshots

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    Download & Official Website:
    Flappy Bird for Game Boy Advance
     
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    Still *cough* have NEVER *cough!!* played this game :)
     
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    I have been hearing a lot about this app recently, and I am looking forward to trying it out on my PSP. Many, many thanks for all these great games you have just given the PSP scene.
     

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