Yes, it's another Flappy Birds clone, but it's also scathingly accurate satire. The current government's policy on asylum seekers in Australia has been heavily criticised both at home and abroad by both the UN and China (of all countries), and Flappy Boats adds to that chorus of criticism with a clever clone of 2014's most popular mobile game.
The game's description reads...
Looking to claim asylum in Australia via boat? Not a problem! First you must guide your dangerously crude, over-crowded make shift boat through this never-ending maze of barbed wire guarded by the slogan spewing, fearsome glorious leader Tony Abbott. Upon reaching the end you’ll be free – it’s that easy! With that said, every time Tony Abbott curses at you with his magic catchphrase “stop the boats” the level increases ten fold. Now, if you get caught you’ll be sent off to Manus Island! Whilst there, you’ll be forced to work, threatened with violence, be at risk of sexual abuse or even tortured. Oh, you may also be locked away indefinitely. Good luck, we don’t have wimps guarding our borders!
You can play Flappy Boats here.