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Just a day after the rocket-success and controversial Flappy Bird was pulled down from digital app stores by its creator, copies of the once free game are now selling on Ebay for exorbitant prices.
Prices range anywhere from $300 to a cosmic $90,000 for a minimum bid. Most of the phones loaded with the games are iPhones but span most networks. There is this gold iPhone 5s with a minimum bid of $999 and it even has a bid.
Other users are auctioning off the Flappy Bird game file itself which the sellers reportedly ripped from a mobile games store for upwards of $50.
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen pulled the game from Google Play and iTunes App Store this weekend after a meteoric rise to fame and controversy over whether the art in the game was a ripoff of other games, like Super Mario Bros.
"I am sorry Flappy Bird users, 22 hours from now, I will take Flappy Bird down," he tweeted. "I cannot take this anymore.
"It is not anything related to legal issues. I just cannot keep it anymore."