In an exclusive interview with Forbes, Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen states why “the game is gone forever” and that’s mainly because “it was an addictive product“. Put plain and simple, Flappy Bird is too much of an addictive nuisance for it be in in human hands, at least that’s what its creator thought, despite the fact that the game was pulling in a gracious $50,000 a day in ad revenue. Also, this kills the chance of there ever being a sequel, but fret not, because we’ll see more of Mr. Nguyen.
“After the success of Flappy Bird, I feel more confident,” he explained. “And I have freedom to do what I want to do.”
Well then, this should be interesting.