If you are suddenly going to go back in time, but do not want to attract attention with its gold iPhone 5s and lose the lead in the Flappy BirdYou will Dagen Brock. Be sure to find this guy and ask him diskette ported the game to the legendary Apple II 1977 release.
Developer Bagen Brock, disappointed that his collector's Apple II can not run Flappy Bird, decided to port the game on their own. In his story tehnoblog Tech CrunchHe told of harboring the idea of creating a port for as long as six weeks. Only six weeks later, he found a free moment and created Flapple Bird (yes, FlapIIe Bird).
Not that we have to understand the technical side of the issue as well, but a source of admiration for the fact that Brock failed to start full game with sound and 60 FPS on the processor, whose clock frequency is only 1 MHz, and the memory generally can not exceed 64K.
To play Flapple Bird on Apple II you have to string up seriously. Even if there is such a rarity computer, you need to get somewhere in a 5.25 "or 3.5" floppy disk. And when did you last see them?
In any case, Dagen Brock big fellow, but we hope that with clones of the game will soon be over. Nguyen Ha Dong, Return you've damn Flappy Bird in the App Store! People are crazy without it go.