If you missed your chance to download the mobile sensation Flappy Bird, you might be kicking yourself now the game has been removed from the App Store and Google Play.
But don't fret. There's still a way to get in on the fun — but you better have some deep pockets.
Just head over to eBay and you'll find a slew of iOS and Android devices for sale with Flappy Bird installed. They're not cheap, though.
One such eBay user on Sunday listed a 16GB space gray AT&T iPhone 5s with Flappy Bird installed for a starting price of $650. Less than a day and 74 bids later, the phone is now going for $99,900. Yes, you read that correctly, almost $100,000 for a used iPhone 5s with Flappy Bird installed!
It is, of course, entirely possible that some or even all of the bids were placed fraudulently to inflate the price of the handset. But at this point, 22 different users have placed a bid, and the auction doesn't close for another six days.
Meanwhile, another seller is offering a 16GB white iPhone 5 from Sprint with Flappy Bird installed. Listed on Sunday, that handset has already received 65 bids from 19 different users, bringing it up to $90,200. That auction is slated to close at 8:43 p.m. ET Monday.
Other sellers are currently offering Flappy Bird-equipped phones and tablets on eBay for anywhere between $300 to a few thousand dollars.
The influx of eBay listings comes after game's developer, Dong Nguyen, mysteriously pulled Flappy Bird from the App Store and Google play this weekend. The developer warned users of his plans on Saturday and the following day, the game was gone. Those who already have it installed, however, can still play at the moment.
Nguyen has been mum on his decision to pull Flappy Bird, only revealing that it was not a legal issue and he did not sell the game. "I just cannot keep it anymore," he tweeted.
Flappy Bird was released last year, but it really picked up steam last month, and was the No. 1 free app on the Apple and Google app stores before it went away.
This is not the first time eBay sellers have cleaned up on mobile products. In September, someone paid $10,000 for a gold iPhone 5s, which at the time was sold out.
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