You got it, I’m talking about this.
So it seems that even though the game has been pulled down from the App Store a few weeks ago, carbon copies/tributes of it are appearing everywhere. Examples like…
Honestly, I’m not against playing games or anything, but it’s been blown out of proportion. Yes, it’s fun though frustrating. I’ve heard and read stories where people who feel/really do throw their phones at the wall or something due to it being too annoyingly frustrating.
Now, this is what I don’t get.
Why do you throw your phone/feel like breaking it because of a game?
Do you know how much your phone costs? Ignoring whatever price range, a phone is still a phone. Flappy Bird, on the other hand, it’s just a game. A free one. Albeit, one that will frustrate you to no end – but still. You don’t have to wreck your phone just because of a game.
Besides that, people often spend hours on the game – neglecting their work, their responsibilities and such. And then comes complaints about not having enough time to do what they have to do.
Now, I’m not saying that you can’t indulge, nor that you don’t have the right to.
Just don’t go overboard.
The time you spend on a game can be used much more productively. Like finishing up your work, helping your mother around the house, developing stronger bonds with your friends/partners/family, do some community service or charity work and the like.
You might think I’m a Flappy Bird hater or something, but I’m not. I just don’t see the point of raging about the game and/or playing it endlessly. Sure, I play it during my leisure, but I don’t go overboard with it, nor do I take it to extremes until I neglect my priorities and responsibilities. At most, I spend about 5 minutes to 1 hour on the game. That’s it.