Dong Nguyen stunned fans of the popular smartphone game in February when he said he was removing it from Apple’s App Store because it had become “an addictive product”.
But now, in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the Vietnamese said he was “considering” bringing it back.
He revealed that at its peak he was making an estimated $50,000 a day from Flappy Bird.
However, should it return, he said it would come with a warning message along the lines of “please take a break.”
In an interview with Forbes magazine last month, Nguyen said: “Flappy Bird was designed to play in a few minutes when you are relaxed but it happened to become an addictive product.
“I think it has become a problem.
“To solve that problem, it’s best to take down Flappy Bird.
“It’s gone forever.”