Even a copyright wouldn’t help Flappy Bird creator get his hit’s name back thanks to Apple’s rules

Flappy Bird’s creator may want to bring the game back, but that might prove difficult.

Following a prolonged silence, developer Dong Nguyen spoke with  Rolling Stone  earlier this week about his arcadey megahit, Flappy Bird. For the first time,  Nguyen revealed that he is “considering” bringing back the game that he deleted from the iOS and Android app markets. If he does, he says he’ll add a warning that says “please take a break” from the simple one-touch flapping action. But it might never get to that point because of a clause in developer agreement.

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