Code released by US-based non-profit allows kids to make their own "Flappy Bird" game
Even adults wont’t be able to resist trying this out.
GMA News Online reports that Code.org, a US-based organization advocating computer science education, has posted the code for making a "Flappy Bird" game on its website in a bid to encourage children to make their own version of the immensely popular mobile app.
The report explained that the code enables anyone to create his or her own variation of "Flappy Bird" and make it as easy or as difficult as he or she wants. A separate report on GeekWire said a "Flappy Bird" game can be created using the code in as little as 15 minutes.
Code.org said that with the code, children can build their own Flappy game, "whether it's Flappy Bird, or Flappy Easter Bunny, Flappy Santa, Flappy Shark with Lasers, Flappy Fairy or Flappy Underwater Unicorn." It added that people can even share their own version of the game via social networking sites "so their friends can play the game on any computer or phone, or even inside Facebook or Twitter."
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