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Flappy Royale is Out Now and it Will Take Over Your Life

Flappy Royale

Fair warning, Flappy Royale will take over your life from that first game as you fail to get past that first pipe and hours later, all you will be able to think about is playing another match. Yes, a Battle Royale spin-off of Flappy Bird, Flappy Royale, has been unleashed and I am pretty sure this is how the world ends.

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A few years ago, Flappy Bird got so popular that it was removed from the mobile app stores and spawned countless copycats. This insanely addictive game has now made a comeback as Flappy Royale and I can’t stop playing it. You can even play it in your browser, making work today impossible.

Grab Flappy Royale by following one of these links for your platform of choice.

So what exactly is Flappy Royale? Well, it is a 100 player Flappy Bird experience where the last bird standing wins (probably not a chicken dinner). The other players are in ghost form and you even get dropped from a bus and then try to survive. Personally, I’ve managed to end 30th this morning with some luck, but that was only getting past 3 pipes and the matches tend to last 20 to 30 seconds most of the time.

A description of the game explains that:

A last-one-flapping battle royale. Can you stay alive longer than 99 opponents?

Flappy Royale is a battle royale-styled game. It takes the competitive nature of a battle royale where far too many people play at once, with the un-forgiving nature of a flappy game.

 

Flappy Royale has two game modes: a royale free-for-all with up to 100 players and a daily top-score system to see who got past the most pipes daily where players have a limited number of tries. If it flaps (and kinda if it doesn’t), we’ve tried to get it in the game, giving you the chance to play as all sorts of animals and glammed to the brim.

 

We think you’ll find it messy, frustrating, and very fun for 10 seconds. Then you hit a pipe, and start all over again. You know the drill.

It is frustrating, extremely addictive and you should probably not play it, but I simply couldn’t help myself and have played over 50 matches while writing this article.

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Will you be brave enough to try out this addictive game? Let us know in the comment section and check out how YouTube channel Drop Rate gets their first victory in less than a minute below.

Sillicur

Co-Editor at Glitched Africa
Wessel is Glitched Africa's Resident Afrikaans Guy (RAG) with a passion for all things esports, cats and gaming in general. Dota 2 addict, Dark Souls veteran and all around geek.
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