There's a life cycle to these things. First is the game, the phenomenon itself. Then come the clones, the actual video game clones. Then you get parodies. And finally, right before it all fizzles out, you get the real life version. With Flappy Bird, it seems, we are in the final stages...
This little contraption seems really well made, but I'm not entirely sure it works! It's basically an electronic, physical version of Flappy Birds in an actual cardboard box. It's like a Steampunk version of Flappy Birds.
I sort of want to play it, but I also sort of want to set the whole contraption on fire.
Via Business Insider