“Flappy Bird” creator Ngyuen Ha Dong has apparently had enough. The game, which has soared to new highs on both the iTunes App Store and Google Play has decided to pull his very popular game from both app stores in less than 22 hours. Why? Because in his words, he “can’t take it anymore”.

In a series of tweets on his Twitter account, the Korean developer says he’s pulling the game down. However, he’s not pulling it down because of accusations that the wildly popular platform title lifted art concepts from other more recognizable games or legal actions. He also has zero intent of selling the game to any other developer. For all the success “Flappy Bird” has sustained, Ngyuen also says it has “ruined his life” and must end.