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There Is Now A Sequel To “Flappy Bird” And It Is Even More Impossible

Swing Copters will make you hate helicopters, hammers, and life.

1. Remember Flappy Bird? The game that made you hate everything about the human condition?

Flappy Bird / Scott Bryan

 

2. Well, now its creator, Doug Nguyen, who unexpectedly removed Flappy Bird from the App Store in February, has released a new game called Swing Copters.

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

 

3. Swing Copters feels rather similar to Flappy Bird. You have to tap the screen vigorously to lift this little helicopter thing into the sky.

Swing Copters (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters (BuzzFeed)

 

Every time you tap on the screen the helicopter changes direction. You have to tap at the right time to avoid bashing yourself into large swinging hammers above you.

4. Is Swing Copters easier than Flappy Bird?

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

 

5. NOPE.

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

 

6. IT IS NOT EASIER.

Swing Copters

Swing Copters

Swing Copters

 

7. After five minutes of playing you will be like this.

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8. And then… “OMG I PASSED THE FIRST ONE….. Oh.”

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

Swing Copters / Scott Bryan (BuzzFeed)

 

It feels even harder than Flappy Bird. After 30 minutes of playing, I found it impossible to surpass the great score of 2.

9. You can download Swing Copters on the App Store and on Google Play.

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