- Sep 30, 2012
I'm hearing that If you have floppy birds on your iphone your phone is worth more than retail price ??? Is this true
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Why did the value go up so much over a game that isn't in the App Store anymore ? And is people really paying more now?
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eBay quickly started taking down listings since it is a requirement that your phone be restored back to factory setting prior to sale (well, at least according to them it is supposed to be). Regardless, while people have been listing their phones at higher than normal prices, at least from an auction format standpoint, it doesn't appear that anyone is bidding on them. I think the example that broke the story, where a couple of phones were fetching nearly $10,000, was shady at best.
Yea I figured it was shady $10,000 !!!! Who has that type of money for a phone
Download it from your purchased apps on iTunes. I sold my busted iPod Touch 4th gen for around $500 with flappy bird on it.
First off the game was free it was listed in the App Store since I believe March of last year the game play is childish and difficult the Dev claims he coded it in 3 days and now it's a commodity
People just want what they don't or can't have like a tickle me Elmo and they mortgage the house to say they have it
It's one of the Human Faults we all deal with at one time or another
Ok back to the game 😉
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Like how suddenly a box of Twinkies was exchangeable in the weight of gold just because they were no longer easily accessible. People want what they can't have, it's the nature of the beast right?
This should apply to Excedrin PM since it has been off the market for over a year.Like how suddenly a box of Twinkies was exchangeable in the weight of gold just because they were no longer easily accessible. People want what they can't have, it's the nature of the beast right?
This should apply to Excedrin PM since it has been off the market for over a year.