Google Glass has been around for over a year and even though it is still expensive, the software has been greatly improved and that means that there are tons of new applications available for the wearable device and even games. And now Nothing Labs has released a Flappy Bird clone for Google Glass.
Just in case you have been living under a rock, Flappy Bird was a game that came on the scene a several months back and immediately became a hit mostly because it was very addictive. The developer then pulled it from the App Store and Google Play Store, saying that this needed to be done in order to help folks retain their sanity. He did this despite making a ton of money.
When Flappy Bird left us, some clones appeared, though most were found to be full of malware. You are safe from malware with BlinkyBird, the clone for Google Glass. It lets you to play the game by either blinking twice to keep the bird in the air or double tapping on the touchpad on the side of Glass. Not sure this will be as great of a game for that reason, but you never know.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Gaming News