Meet Flappy Bert, Sesame Street's amazing Flappy Bird clone

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You've got to hand it to the folks at Sesame Street they know how to grab onto a cultural phenomenon. Sesame Workshop recently came out with its own Flappy Bird clone and it's amazing. (Well, for a Flappy Bird imitator.)

Called Flappy Bert, the Sesame Street game challenges you to weave through a maze of pipes just like the original. Only this time, you're playing as a bird who has latched onto Bert's head and is pulling him across town.


How far can you get across town with Bert before meeting your ultimate demise?

Every time you get past a pipe, Bert lets out his iconic machine gun laughter and if (when, really) you crash, he cries out for his best buddy, Ernie.

It's a fun rip-off that will entertain anyone who grew up on a steady diet of Sesame Street muppets, but be warned: It's just as fiendishly difficult as the game that inspired it.

Flappy Bert was written in HTML 5, meaning it works across any device with a modern browser--it works especially well on touch devices but traditional PCs can play too.

If you'd like to try it out head over to Sesame Street Workshop and give it a try. Hopefully this is one game that won't be pulled for being too addictive.

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