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From Flappy Bird clones to 2048, mobile web games are here to disrupt the App Store

Flappy Bird and 2048 have taken the world by storm in the past two months. But their importance goes beyond addictive gameplay and countless lost hours: Flappy Bird’s many clones and 2048 are the first truly mainstream “mobile web” games, and this trend will help shape how games are developed and distributed in...
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