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Asmo

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Nice, the smoothness makes it easier on the eye for sure, especially over long sessions. However, maybe it's just me but on my CC Pandora at 600/700mhz it tends to slow down and speed up intermittently - still smoothly, not a judder - which can throw off timing so you end up double-jumping unintentionally if it happens when you're already in the upward phase of a flap and are trying to maintain a rhythm.

A couple of times, only at the very start before 10 points have accrued, it almost ground to a standstill and then carried on as normal.
 

Asmo

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At 750mz it initially seemed less pronounced, but (as before) it seems to become more noticeable after a couple of games. Literally, after two or three games it becomes pretty evident.

It's also noticeable that there's a distinct slowdown when the bird is at the apex of a flap, so just before the bird enters it's downward motion if your attention is focused on the scrolling pipes, you can see the brief slowdown-speedup happening.
 

Magic Sam

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@ Asmo: experiencing the same issues here on my Rebirth @ 600 Mhz. 

@ ekianjo: FWIW, according to Notaz' Live System Info, Flappy Bird now uses 20% more CPU resources than before. Don't know if it's related though...
 
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