'Flappy Bird' Creator Promises Return, Less Addiction

How much fun will Dong Nguyen's revamped game be if it's not driving gamers mad?
0:57 | 05/15/14

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In today's tech -- good news for fans flapping bird popular game that disappeared from the market earlier this year is coming back in August creator pulled the game over concerns it was just too addictive he says the new version. Will be less addictive to Minnesota has an -- of the nation's first law requiring Smartphones and tablets static kill switch. The ideas cut down on the soaring after the devices with a feature that would shut them off remotely. Samsung has just released its next generation Smart watch the -- to. Lets users makes calls listen to music take pictures and monitor their heart rates but. Do consumers really need one more device USA today's Ed -- has some serious reservations. The problem here is 300 dollars is still alive to pay for device that really is a companion -- takes on a subsidiary rolls through the Smartphone or tablet that's in your pocket. Does it tick bites make a great day I'm John Mueller.

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