Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has plans to return his hit game to the App Store, according to several interactions the app developer has had with fans,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors.

“In a recent tweet discovered by Gawker, a fan asked Nguyen if he would return Flappy Bird to the App Store, and he answered ‘Yes. But not soon,'” Clover reports. “A second fan ran into Nguyen at the Game Developers Conference currently taking place in San Francisco, and also received confirmation that Nguyen will re-launch Flappy Bird.”

Clover reports, “It is unclear when Flappy Bird might make its way back to the App Store, but Nguyen has said that when he re-releases the app, it will come with a warning: ‘Please take a break.'”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote back on February 9th:

Two possibilities:

• It’s true and Nguyen just wants to be free of the awful burden of raking in US$50,000 per day; or
• It’s a PR stunt and the game will be reappear or be used in some fashion in the future when Nguyen deems the time is right.

‘Tis a burden almost always being right, but we bear it as a service to you. 😉

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