The Robot Unicorn Attack series:
Robot Unicorn Attack is a sidescrolling platform game in which the user controls the movement of a robotic unicorn in a manner similar to Canabalt, a game released in 2009. The object of the game is to prolong gameplay without falling off the stage, crashing into the edges of platforms, or colliding with crystal stars (without first dashing). Points are earned with play time, by collecting pixies, and by destroying crystal stars by dashing though them. As the game progresses, the stage slides faster. Jumps and dashes can be chained together while the unicorn is airborne. The player has three lives (referred to as “wishes”), and the sum of the scores from each life count for the player’s final score.
My BEST WISH ever in Robot Unicorn Attack 2.
Well…I tried out the latest landscape in the Robot Unicorn Attack world…and Lava World..is not my cup of tea. However I can definitely see many falling in love with the dark fiery landscape. I shall stick with Sky World.
This ecstatically awesome portrait of Mister Spock riding a winged unicorn over a star-spangled rainbow was created by Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator Tim O’Brien for an issue of Men’s Health. As soon as we saw it we felt better about pretty much everything. We also love the fact that, despite the fantastic circumstances, the expression on Spock’s face is as stoic as ever.
The Gliding Gelding of Marvelous Wonder trying to keep up with a giant seahorse with a city strapped to her back and a small gaggle of seahorses following along.
My Gliding Gelding of Marvelous Wonder….mid flight. As a whale with a unicorn’s horn strapped to its head passes by.