Feb 10, 2014 Victor Philip Ortiz
Selling on eBay for as much as $100,000 USD (367,000 AED).
The game Flappy Birds skyrocketed into the charts of app stores both on iOS and Android, and somehow created a fuzz for users everywhere. The game required you to simply tap on the screen to make the bird fly through obstacles but it is somehow met with frustration since most users can barely even get a score of one. The gameplay made it a trending topic on Twitter for days, along with everyone sharing their own scores and achievements.
Even with the game pulling in about $50,000 on ad revenues per day, its maker, Dong Nguyen has had enough of it. Mentioning that "he can't take [the game's popularity] it anymore," he pulled out the game from the Apple App Store and on Google Play, so if you haven't downloaded it, you're out of luck.
Now, one user on eBay has decided to sell a used iPhone 5S with the game pre-installed. The catch? He is selling it for $99,900 USD (367,000 AED). At the time of writing, the phone now has 74 bids and a quick look at the seller's profile shows he has gotten positive feedbacks previously.
eBay tells us though that it may not ship in the United Arab Emirates, in case you are interested.
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