March 10, 2013 5:52pm
Samsung came out with a few commercials promoting their SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) on-device encryption support. These spots mostly made fun of BlackBerry devices, but also portrayed a new fictional game called “Unicorn Apocalypse.” Well, it turns out that Samsung has taken the marketing to another level and recently held a contest for the game to be developed. For those interested in actually playing Unicorn Apocalypse you can now head over to Google Play and download it for free.
The official description states “The Unicorn Apocalypse has come! As the world crumbles and burns, a lone unicorn wreaks havoc on the last of humanity. Play as the unicorn, the harbinger of the apocalypse. Race across urban rooftops avoiding the deadly unicorn traps and soldiers that the Anti Unicorn Force (AUF) has deployed. Beyond the foot soldiers exist enemies both cunning and strong, so use your magic dash and rainbow lasers to blast through your enemies, avoid your own death, and prolong the Unicorn Apocalypse!”
Sounds fun, but users have been reporting mixed reviews from continuous crashes, lagging or freezing, or that “I downloaded it and now it won’t play,” to the “best game ever.”
Update: Unfortunately this games only seems to be available in the United States, apologies. Unicorns I guess are not meant for Canadian soil.