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‘Flappy Bird’ Picks Up Licensing Agent

Lisle Licensing has been appointed to represent the now defunct “Flappy Bird” app for licensing.

April 6, 2018

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Lisle Licensing has been appointed to represent the now defunct “Flappy Bird” app for licensing.

Released in May 2013, “Flappy Bird” caused a furor in February when creator Nguy?n Hà ?ông removed it from Apple's App Store and Google Play because he felt guilty about the game’s addictive nature.

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