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    Default Flappy Bird demise caused by addiction, not Nintendo

    Flappy Bird may have flown away, but the media attention continues. Despite having an apparent issue with the attention, developer Dong Nguyen has taken the time to speak to the team at Forbes outlining his reasons for pulling the insanely popular game. And it doesn't have anything to do with Nintendo, apparently.

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    Default Re: Flappy Bird demise caused by addiction, not Nintendo

    This guy is afraid of success. There are many people like this who go from zero to hero overnight and they have a hard time dealing with the reality that they ( even when its good deeds ) have affected so many lives, and that feeling of responsibility is to much for them to take. It seems kind of silly because we are talking about flappy birds here, but none the less some people have a hard time grasping the reality of huge success and it freaks them out. Most celebrities and world famous people get used to the attention slowly, but when it happens overnight it hits hard to some.

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