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Code.Org Turns Flappy Bird’s Demise Into A Lesson In Programming

Code.Org Turns Flappy Bird’s Demise Into A Lesson In Programming
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The programing site celebrates its one year anniversary by teaching people how to create the now defunct entertainment.

Serena Chu
  • 28 february 2014

To celebrate the writing of 1 billion lines of code by their students, the computer programing website introduced a new tutorial that teaches novices how to build their own Flappy Bird-style games.

This user-friendly feature is fairly easy to comprehend, as it features a drag-and-drop interface, so anyone could click their way to a program they can be proud of in a matter of minutes. Because students will be building the game from the ground up, the rules of the game can be altered in infinite ways.

Once created, the game can be shared amongst Facebook and Twitter friends and played on any computer or mobile device. To puzzle together your own Flappy game, click  here.

Code.org shared a video a year ago, encouraging anyone with an interest in programing to test the waters themselves. With 11 million views and a very inspiration message, the video shares personal stories of some of the world’s top developers, check it out.

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