Flappy Bird is simple, massively frustrating, and wildly addicting. The gameplay’s simplicity and addictiveness inspires the same feeling as the old Snake mobile game did back in the days when flip phones were what all of the celebrities had. Can’t get a score above ten? There are ways to do it every time – well, almost every time. Read on to find out how!
Understand that not every game that you play will have a good score. In fact, unless you’re an absolute wizard at the game, you’ll end up at a five or less with about half of the games you play. The more you play, the more you pick up the rhythm of the bird’s jumps, so play often, but be sure to take breaks every so often.
Figure out where to time your jumps, too. You should time them so that you jump about one bird-length above the bottom pipe. However, sometimes it can be a little bit easier to let the bird drop just a little bit in between pipes, and then tap a little faster to propel the bird up, which can make it easier to control and time the jump.
The toughest pipes to make are when you transition from a high pipe to a low pipe, because you have to time the free-fall just right, and not do too many jumps as you’ll end up running into the next pipe if you do. No matter how fast you are falling, though, each of your jumps will be the exact same height, so stop your bird at the same distance above the bottom pipe (horizontally) every time.
If you have multiple devices, play this game on an Android, because it’s easier to play on those. The bigger the screen, the better, because you can time your jumps more easily, and it’s also easier not to get distracted by ad or by the score flashing at the top of the screen.
If all else fails, you can always try to hack the game, either with a jailbroken phone, iExplorer, or if you are playing the Android version, whatever means you can use to hack those ones. I don’t personally vouch for any of them; however, that doesn’t mean that they’re not out there.