Three! Three is my best score in "Flappy Bird."

The game currently is one of the most downloaded apps for mobile devices.

The game is simple, or so it seems. You tap the screen under the bird to help it fly through various Mario Bros.-esque pipes.

If only it was as easy as it sounds. The bird, at least when I'm in control of his flight pattern, has a tendency to nosedive right into the side of the pipes.

The game, developed by a Vietnam-based company and released in May 2013, isn't exactly stunning when it comes to its graphics. But the frustration of the difficult-to-master game is what has made it so popular.

Let us know if you in the comment section below have any tips to keep our Flappy Bird from pummeling to his death. I need to know what happens after you get past the third pipe.