Just marvel at his addictive beauty Its attractively simple:Flappy Bird is so frighteningly basic in everything it does, the controls...well there one control: click. Its graphical design and stage design, its simple and yet perfectly impressive.With those lips it could be argued that he's actually a duck, which would explain his trouble flying straight. Its highly competitive:Nothing spurs a man into action nowadays faster than: "Hey I just beat your flappy bird score!"This game demands success from you, it dangles success in front of you and then yanks it away. Deep down inside you just KNOW that you can destroy Freddy's score if you put your head down and as soon as you do, Freddy's gonna waste 2 hours of his life beating yours. Its a vicious cycle of which many are trapped. Suddenly instead of spending 10 more minutes performing a household task, you'll spend 10 more minutes trying to beat your brothers score. Its highly difficult but not unfair or impossible:There's just no set pattern to Flappy Bird so you can never memorize a set way to approach those pipes, the game stays fresh and hard by randomly generating a different set of pipes every time. This also has the effect of hooking you in. Once you crash once you'll think "Nah it was the pipe structure, AGAIN" You'll go again and again and again hoping that while you get better from practicing you'll encounter that godly run where everything is lined up just the way you want. And even then you wont be satisfied, you will never be satisfied with your score.This game hurts people the way Dark Souls does:-You WILL die, its just a matter of how long it takes you to get there.-When you die, its your fault and only trying again and improving your mechanics will help you get further.-You need to be applying full attention to the game at every point, one split second could mean the difference between a high score and a face full of pipe. There's only one way to get better:There is only one way to get better at Flappy Bird.Play Flappy Bird, and keep playing over and over.No one is a natural which means everyone is on the same level, its simply a matter of how much more time and patience you have compared to everyone else.Every time you play you feel yourself getting better, you learn from your mistakes (hopefully) and you jump right back in, what this does is waste every second of your free time however. Should I play Flappy Bird?Flappy Bird is a perfect game, however its a gaping pit of no return. Once you flap, you never go back.It gets so much worse when you have friends/work mates who all play it as well. Essentially Flappy Bird is free and fun. But once you click install, you sell your soul.So guys, what's your high scores?