Ngyuen Ha Dong, the creator of Flappy Bird, has just tweeted that he's planning on pulling the wildly popular mobile title in twenty-two short hours.

The creator of the title has been accused of lifting art assets from other, more recognizable video games, but he insists that the decision to pull the title has nothing to do with legal action.

Instead, it seems as if the game developer is no longer to deal with the almost ceaseless torrent of online vitriol towards his title and its unexplainable rocketing in popularity. So much so, that Nguyen went as far to tweet that the game has ruined his life.

Also, Nguyen has no plans to sell the game to anyone, so don't bother asking.

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