Oculus Rift “Flappy Bird” Puts Gamers In The Birds’ Perspective

Oculus Rift “Flappy Bird” Puts Gamers In The Birds’ Perspective
technology

Game Jam to support Dong Nguyen turns out some innovative alternatives to the original.

Ross Brooks
  • 13 february 2014

For all it’s former glory, the insanely popular game “Flappy Bird” has also attracted its developer Dong Nguyen an enormous amount of online hate. To counter this wave of abuse, an indie gaming event was started to try and create other games inspired by the original. One of the best to come out of the fray was a game called “Floculus Bird,” which use the Oculus Rift virtual reality to give you a literal bird’s eye perspective while you play.

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