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Did Someone Score The Impossible 999 On ‘Flappy Bird’? [VIDEO]

I was one of the few people that didn’t get sucked into the whole ‘Flappy Bird’ craze, and thankfully the game is no longer available.  Since it was discontinued, there has been a few hoaxed related to the addictive game, including the one about the developer committing suicide.

Now someone is claiming to get the impossible high score of 999.  When he reaches the end of the game, which looks an awful lot like ‘Super Mario Bros.,’ Super Mario himself makes an appearance.  One ‘Flappy Bird’ enthusiast claims that Mario is not a part of the original game, and therefore this must be a hoax.  What do you think?

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