Flappy 2048


Jump through the tiles and get to 2048!

How to play: Press any key to move the tile. When the tile go through a barrier, you get score!

2048 Games, Oh you really like them. So here is the List of 2048 game variants you can give a try and yes it is interesting.

What is Flappy 2048?

"Flappy 2048" is a fusion of "Flappy Bird" game and "2048" math game. Flappy 2048 is a free game and this game is unblocked, so you can play unlimited and of course for free. The game is built with HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript to work in most browsers.

Some Details About Flappy Bird Game

Flappy Bird is a web and mobile game developed in Hanoi by Vietnamese developer Nguyễn Hà Đông (Dong Nguyen) and published by GEARS Studios, a small independent game developer, also based in Vietnam. The game released on 24 may, 2013, and removed from App Store and Google Play by its creator on 9 of February of 2014.

The player controls a bird trying to fly between rows of green pipes without touching them. The scene is moving sideways. The developer created the game in several days using as the central character a bird that he designed for another game canceled in 2012.

2048 (video game)

2048 is played on a simple gray 4x4 grid with tiles of different colors and with a number in the center. The left, right and down arrow keys are used to move the tiles, all of which slide across the board. If two tiles with the same number "collide" during a move, they will be combined into a new tile, the number of which will be the equivalent of the sum of the numbers of the two original tiles (that is, if two tiles with the number 4 collide, they will be combined into one tile with the number 8). However, the resulting tile can not be combined with another tile again in the same play. High-numbered tiles give off a soft shine. After performing a play, a new tile will appear in an empty place of the board, which will either number 2 or number 4.

Comparisons 2048 with Flappy Bird

2048 was compared to Flappy Bird by various authors. Both are clones from previous games, their success produced later clones and they were described as addictive.