Flappy Bird, the 2013 mobile video game developed by Nguyễn Hà Đông took the world by storm. The game itself drew in tons of money through ad-revenue and was shrouded by controversies.
Flappy Bird was one of those releases that further split the hardcore and casual crowd. Some argued it was the end of “real” gaming while others understood everything would be alright. At the end of the day, why can’t someone play the miserable piece of software that is Flappy Bird and the ultra punishing Dark Souls 3, recently released by From Software?
What ever you thought or think about Flappy Bird today, fans of the game continue to find new ways to torture themselves on different types of gaming hardware. The most interesting way to play is on an e-cigarette, seen below.
Interested in attempting the hack above? Here are the steps according to the video above as of April 4th, 2016.
“You can download the firmware file (.bin) from here:
DISCLAIMER: Flash this firmware at your own risk. I will not take any responsibility for damaging your device.
1. Download and unzip the compressed folder.
2. Connect the eVic-VTC Mini to the computer.
3. Open the official UpdateFirmware.exe (it’s in the archive or you can download from Joyetech’s site).
4. Click Update button then select FlappyBird.bin.
5. Enjoy (or not) the ‘game’.
Reinstall original firmware:
1. Disconnect the usb cable and the battery from the VTC Mini.
2. Push the right button (and hold) on the VTC Mini, plug in the USB cable, release the button.
3. Now you can install the original firmware (also found in the archive or downloaded from official site) with the updater.”
I’ll settle for the mobile version.
FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT:Softonic