Flappy Bird is strictly dead.
Dong Nguyen, a creator of one of a iPhone’s many renouned games, has reliable he isn’t going to refurbish a program for Apple’s newest handling complement update. iOS 11 doesn’t support 32-bit apps, instead switching over to 64-bit. Nguyen could have updated a software, but pronounced on Facebook he was prepared to contend goodbye to a game.
Nguyen’s acknowledgment that he won’t be updating a program means that those who still possess a Flappy Bird app on their phone can’t refurbish their inclination and still play a game. If they do refurbish to a subsequent iOS, they’ll be presented with a following summary when they try to open a app.
Flappy Bird debuted on a App Store on May 24, 2013. By Feb 2014, a giveaway iOS diversion had been downloaded some-more than 50 million times and it was rumored that Nguyen was creation some-more than $50,000 a day. On Feb. 8, Nguyen took to Twitter to announce that he was holding Flappy Bird off a App store, claiming he couldn’t take a debate surrounding a success of his game.
I am contemptible ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours from now, we will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down. we can't take this anymore.
— Dong Nguyen (@dongatory) February 8, 2014
For a subsequent 3 years, intelligent iPhone users found ways to still refurbish their phones and keep Flappy Bird running by backdoor methods. Due to iOS 11’s inability to support 32-bit games, however, this refurbish outlines a initial time that those who managed to keep Flappy Bird around won’t be means to play it.
“My shortcoming of ancillary this app was finished given 2014,” Nguyen pronounced in a Facebook criticism when asked what was next. “This is only my proclamation for a stream event.”
If we do have Flappy Bird on your phone and wish to continue regulating it, don’t ascent to iOS 11 anytime soon. If we wish to see what other apps won’t work with a update, open Settings and daub on a General tab. Proceed to daub on a About territory and name Applications. This should tell we what will be influenced by confirming they’re 32-bit.