Mr Flap, Taking Difficulty to a New Level!

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Flap, the word sounds quite familiar, isn’t it? Well, since the arrival of Flappy Bird, Android games and their concepts got a new a new direction. There was a hefty list of games coming all the way based on the same idea as that of the Flappy Bird. We’ve been seeing Flappy Fish, Flappy Dodge, Clumsy Bird etc. But nothing was impressive enough and neither something challenging or new since Flappy Bird already topped the charts with it’s very own kind of difficulty. Flappy Bird kept the surroundings active for a long time even after it’s removal from the Google Play Store because of it’s over-rating. But I guess now is the time to get your hands off from Flappy Bird and try something new.

We do know that all the games that came after Flappy Bird were just a copy with something different, but this game is something that emerged out of the same Flappy Bird concept, not a copy though, and has given difficulty a new level. Instead of Flapping your bird through the pipes, you got to Flap your bird here in Mr.Flap through the circles and pass through the gaps, and what I’ve experienced is, this game will make you even more frustrated, much more than the frustration that Flappy Bird caused.

Mr. Flap is available in the Google Play Store for free and is packed up only in 4.7 MB, but the game runs on devices having Android 4.0+. Mr. Flap has quite nice and impressive graphics, also the bird here is square and isn’t round anymore. The challenge is simple and states that “How Far You Can Get?” . While you checkout this game, make sure that you don’t get obsessed and keep yourself calm enough to control the situation. In short, play at your risk  (:v). You can get it here from the Play Store.

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