This Week's Most Popular iPhone Game Was Developed By An Eighth Grader

An eighth-grader named Robert Nay knocked Angry Birds out of the top spot on iTunes this week with an app called Bubble Ball.

According to The New York Observer, Nay built his first web site in the third grade.

ABC News estimates that, if only Nay had charged a dollar for every download of Bubble Ball, he’d be $2,000,000 in the black.

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