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Robot Unicorn Attack 2 hands-on

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Robot Unicorn Attack 2 hands-on
It creeps out of nowhere sometimes, but when it does, we bet our money that you’re wishing that you had something really fun to preoccupy yourself with. When boredom hits, it can seriously have consequences that can cause you to perform slowly at work. Well folks, if you need something to pass by the time, so you’re not twiddling your thumbs together for fun, then you should absolutely kill the time with Robot Unicorn Attack 2 for iOS.

At its core, Robot Unicorn Attack 2 doesn’t require much brain power, as its controls scheme is mainly reserved to two functions – jumping and dashing, that’s all! In this sequel, it pretty much follows the same premise as its predecessor with its endless runner style game play. Controlling a mechanical unicorn with a rainbow-like mane, we’re constantly at our wits trying to get our equine friend through the level unscathed – while picking up those all too useful star bursts along the way. However, the strategy portion of the game is found in perfectly timing our jumps and dashes, so we’re able to dodge enemies and different obstacles along the way.

Visually, we appreciate the colorful 2D animation of the game, which is further complemented by its strange toned music in the background. For those of you that have a lot of time to kill, you’ll love that there are various power ups, extras, and enemies to tackle as you progress through the game. In the end, though, we’re merely just trying to beat our old high score, which makes the entire game just so addictive right from the onset. Thankfully, you can pick up the game through the App Store for the oh-so lovable price of free. So why not check it out?

source: iTunes



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posted on 30 Apr 2013, 14:47

1. ArtSim98 (Posts: 3176; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)


The best game ever!!

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 14:51

2. Planterz (Posts: 986; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)


RUA was the first paid app I bought on Android (followed by Weatherbug Elite - because it shows lightning strikes, which is handy for a cyclist in Tucson during monsoon season).

Hurry up with the Android port! Free would be great of course, but if it's $.99, I'll buy it.

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 22:33

3. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 864; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)


Wish it was as good as the first one. I rather pay .99 and have a great app than deal with more of this freemium crap.

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