Apple, Google say no to "Flappy"-termed games

02/16/2014 | TechCrunch · GamesIndustry.biz (U.K.)

Apple and Google are no longer accepting games that use the word "Flappy" in their titles, trying to ride on the coattails of the discontinued Flappy Birds game for mobile devices. Apple has told several developers that the reason for rejecting those titles for its application store is "we found your app name attempts to leverage a popular app," according to Ken Carpenter of Mind Juice Media, a game developer.

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