Flappy Bird, the smartphone game that took the world by storm in 2014 recently made its way onto Android Wear devices, and if you thought that was pretty cool, think again because it looks like Flappy Bird has more recently been reimagined as an actual arcade game complete with an arcade cabinet and all.
As it turns out, Bay Tek Games has been granted the license to create an arcade version of Flappy Bird. It will feature a 42-inch display and a button that will basically allow you to keep the bird afloat for as long as you can do so. Playing the game will also dispense tickets where presumably players are able to exchange them for other gifts.
As expected there will be high scores that gamers can try and beat which includes a daily high score and an all-time high score. It is unclear as to how much each round of Flappy Bird will cost (we guess this might depend on the arcade), but if you have played the mobile version, it is safe to say that you will most likely end up spending quite a bit of money on this!
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen mobile games remade into arcade games. If you have been to the arcades recently, you might have seen games like Fruit Ninja and Doodle Jump, both of which are mobile games that have been converted into arcade titles.
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