Flappy Birds Family hits Android with 2-player mode and more obstacles on Fire TV

We can picture the movie trailer now, “Your favorite feathered derp is back, and this time…. he’s bringing backup.” (Cue explosions).

Flappy Birds Family has just landed in the Amazon Appstore, the official followup the cultural phenomenon that was the original Flappy Bird. While the original was deemed too addictive for public consumption, this new version should prove much more casual.

Flappy Birds Family

Flappy Birds Family screenshot 1

Oddly enough, there’s been no official word from the developer’s Twitter account, no listing of the new game on their official website. We should note that the developer has mentioned a sequel would launch this August (check your calendar) and that it would feature multiplayer. We can clearly see the addition of what appears to be multiplayer in the screenshot above as well as lives, making the game fun for the whole family. I mean, what better way to keep an eye on little Timmy’s Flappy Bird addiction than by sharing in on his video game crack?

It’s still unclear if Amazon managed to nab the exclusive on the game’s release — the game’s listing does show compatibility with controllers and Fire TV, so it could be exclusive to Amazon’s set top box — in either case… Flap on.

Download on Amazon: Flappy Birds Family

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TAGS: Amazon Appstore , Amazon Fire TV , DotGears

  • http://twitter.com/tallshmo Joe Fedewa


  • Thomas


  • robjackson81

    Been playing for 10 minutes and my Best Score is 8.

    *Sigh* Not this again…

  • O’s Fan91

    I don’t think this is the official sequel.

    • robjackson81

      Look at the developer in the Play Store… it’s by Dot Gears. That’s the official developer of “The Real” Flappy Bird.

  • coolbreeze03

    What devices is this compatible with. Not working for the note 3 so far

    • josuearisty

      Fire TV

  • Waarez

    Only compatible with a kindle TV. So it’s normal that it’s not compatible on your super Android cellphone..

  • http://google.com/+derekross Derek Ross


  • HotInEER

    I’m playing it on my Fire TV. I really like it. Using a remote gives it a much different feel. Well done with the new additions.