The mobile game Flappy Bird is bringing fun and entertainment to thousands, and blinding rage to one.

YouTube personality Elpresador usually focuses his unceasing anger toward the Call of Duty series in videos that feature more cursing than a scene in 'Scarface.' However, he recently decided to try his hand at Flappy Bird. The results are nothing short of hilarious. At one point in the video, he even blames a death on "lag."

Just a head's up: if you're around kids or at work, don't hit 'play' on the video below. And if you're wearing headphones, turn the volume WAY down.

Some more nerdy than us are claiming that Flappy Bird's physics are actually a cruel trick and that they, not the player's skill level, are what's causing some to experience frustration.

The iOS/Android app Flappy Bird was released in September 2013, but is only now gaining a following thanks to word-of-mouth and its simple, yet addictive premise: tap on your phone or tablet's touch screen to make a cartoon bird flap its wings and clear a series of green pipes -- an obvious Mario homage. In fact, the game looks just like an old-school Nintendo game.

High scores are determined by the number of pipes passed through; hit any part of the pipe and your bird is toast, forcing you to start from the beginning.

We haven't tried Flappy Bird yet, but after watching Elpresador rage over it we're ready to queue it up.

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