Masters of Disruption: How the Gamer Generation Built the Future 
Vietnam's most famous game developer speaks about the design of his viral hit, Flappy Bird.
This post is part of a longform project I’m serializing exclusively in my newsletter, Disruptor. It’s a follow-up to my first book, Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Built an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture, and it’s called Masters of Disruption: How the Gamer Generation Built the Future. You can find the table of contents, as it unfolds, here. To follow along, please subscribe below. Thanks!
Last week, I shared my story about Dong Nguyen, the Vietnamese creator of the viral mobile game, Flappy Bird. Here’s a clip of a panel on game design I moderated for Wired with Nguyen and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell. “I wanted to make something people can play anytime, anywhere,” Nguyen says.