The popular Flappy Bird app could make a comeback!
In response to a fan, the popular app store game's creator, 28-year-old Don Nguyen, of Hanoi, Vietnam, tweeted Wednesday morning that Flappy Bird would be returning, "but not soon."
"It will not be the original game but a better one. I keep my word," he added in another tweet.
Nguyen removed the game from app stores just over a month ago on Feb. 9, after it was downloaded more than 50 million times.
Flappy Bird was making $50,000 a day in ad revenue, Nguyen told website the Verge.
Earlier this month, Nguyen told Rolling Stone that Flappy Bird's popularity ruined his "simple life." He also said he was considering bringing it back.
Nguyen has turned down offers to sell the game.
The game is still available to people who already downloaded it.
Mobile users can still download the game through the app site MediaFire: http://www.mediafire.com/download/e0b92oxyonfr7qi/Flappy+Bird_v1.3_apk-up.blogspot.com.apk
It can also be played below via crazygames.com on your computer: