An iPhone With Flappy Bird Was Selling For $100,000 on eBay

‘Flappy Bird’ is dead. But the game lives on, especially on eBay, where you can buy an iPhone with it installed. You know, if you have $100,000.

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Flappy Bird was dead. The uber addictive game (the biggest time water of 2014) was yanked from app stores after its creator, Don Nguyen, had had enough.

But like that little bird who looks more like a fish, that little bird who comes back after bumping his or her head on a pipe, the game somehow lives on. If you’ve already downloaded it you can still play.

Or if you have enough cash to buy a phone with it installed on eBay. It only costs about $100,000. (The post has since been removed, because really.)

The description: “Apple iPhone 5 – 16GB – White (Sprint) Smartphone With Flappy Bird Installed”

The product information:

“A slim and stylish design makes the Apple iPhone 5 smartphone lightweight and easy-to-carry around. The Apple iPhone 5 runs on the iOS 6 software which offers phone applications such as FaceTime, Safari, and Siri. Applications run faster and games load quickly as this white and silver Apple iPhone is powered by an A6 chip. An 8 MP iSight camera allows you to take crisper videos and self-portraits. Boredom is never an option with the Apple iPhone 5, as it gives direct access to iTunes, so you can listen to your favorite tracks anytime. And a 4-inch retina display with 326 pixels per inch on this Apple iPhone makes the text easier to read and movies more fun to watch. What’s more, this 16 GB smartphone, available with Sprint services, supports Wi-Fi connectivity, so you can browse the Web, stream videos, shop online, and chat with friends from wherever you are.”

Wait, doesn’t this phone have Flappy Bird?

A note at the bottom: “In EXCELLENT condition always been in a bumper light scratches on the back and front barely noticeable almost like brand new.”

Where is the Flappy Bird?! Show us the Flappy Bird! The post is probably gone because it wasn't real. Flappy Bird is dead. In memorium: